Hotel Munchner Kindl
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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... having a very merry time. We met some very cool people during the day. Around 5pm Abbey wanted to head home because she wasn't feel well from a cold she had picked up. Unfortunately she asked Shaun to take her home, so we lost our drinking buddy. Adam and I ended up staying outside and only walked home around 11pm. We couldn't believe where the day had gone. On the way we had delicious hot dogs. Second drunken sleep in a ...
... got a plate of schnitzel and grandma and grandpa shared a huge plate of Nuremberg sausage with sauerkraut. And we walked around a little more. We went on the ferris wheel, the cubicles were like little gingerbread houses. We were so high up you could see the whole city. And then after we got our bit waffle...yum. Well, that's all I can say about Oktoberfest. Ciao. Reese. PS I really liked all the liderhosen and dirndl's.
Michael (who gave ...
Today we had a day trip to Munich and we toured the city by bike through Mikes Bike Tours, it was so much fun and neither of us fell over! However we did discover how terrible I (em) is at bike riding ahah, we stopped half way through and had lunch at ...
... zipped up my iPad sleeve so it slipped out and hit the pavement. I have a big crack in the screen. ****. I just might have to stop by the Apple store in Munich. We ate at the Ratskeller -- a restaurant in the basement of the city council building. Chas had eaten here in the past and wanted to return. Food, then back to the hotel for a little Netflix and off to sleep. ...
... Munich alone that had played vital roles in Hitler's rise to power fail to outwardly remind visitors of that time in history. The Hofbrauhaus has no memorial to remind us that that was the place where the Nazi Party Platform was originally drawn up. Dachau was originally destroyed, and did not become a memorial site until 1965 - 20 years after it was liberated. Today, many of the buildings that SS Officers called home are now the homes of ...