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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Pets allowed
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... all of Munich. The decor, beer, and music were all awesome, but what really made it was the company we had.
Our sunday was a day filled with sight seeing and getting to know Munich. Bastian and Kate brought us to see a castle, the famous Glockenspiel clock tower, a river with an artificial wave where surfers like to congregate, and finally the Houfbrauhaus where we had more great food and beer. ...
... a few cokes and pretzels but there was no food or beer until the official opening at midday. The tent we were in was one of the larger ones but is where majority of the kiwis and Aussies head to and gets a bit looser, called haufbrau. As we neared midday the thousand strong crowd started breaking into a few songs in anticipation of the beers. Finally the family that owned the brewery got up on stage and tapped the first keg officially kicking ...
... of town in the morning and leave for Starnberg, which is approximately 30 minutes away. The lake is large and provides the opportunity to engage in a variety of water sports. It even boasts its own BYC or Bavarian Yacht Club. Starnberg may also be a familiar location to some as it had significance in Hitler's era. Following the failed attempt to launch a "people's revolution", Hitler fled to Starnberg before he was arrested and ...
... or lived there for 20 years). They also have some beautiful paintings on the walls of their houses. Neuschwanstein was the highlight of the day out, and it is the most visited castle in the world (and was the inspiration behind the Disney castle). Interestingly it was never finished, as construction stopped when Ludwig died in 1886. Only 6 royal rooms were finished, and he only stayed there 172 days out of the 17 years it was under construction. While Ludwig is referred to here ...