Hotel am Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... food, with the Ump Pa Pa Band. The kids enjoyed the experience, but Samantha was a bit hesitant on the food. We then made our way to the Bayern München Fussball (soccer) shop and the Christmas Markets. The kids, Dave and Phil then went home as the kids needed some down time. This enabled Kaz, Jenny and I to got shopping!!! We visited the Medieval Christmas Market in Mittelsbacher Platz, and many of the beautiful shops in the centre of Munich. We then enjoyed ...
... down, testing how wonky it was. I politely asked her to stop. I think I made it about 5m onto the bridge before I though screw this, it ain't Sydney harbour and went back. From the bridge we walked down to the castle. It was nice to be walking downhill for a change. The guide gave us our tickets and we walked in. Entry to the castle is timed. Each ticket has a tour number, when the number comes up on the teleprompter we could walk through the gates, get our ...
Well, after a very long overnight flight to Munich, Germany, we are happy to be waiting for our last connection to Venice, Italy. Our flight to Munich had been delayed by a few hours last night, allowing us to stop and have some dinner before boarding. Once on the plane, they served us a second dinner, which was something akin to a frozen dinner but it came with free wine, so we were happy none the less! We even got a second bottle of ...
... This store had comfy seating everywhere! Every conceivable place had a reading nook and almost all of them were occupied. The childrens section was uniquely arranged. It was set up by very specific age ranges. Birth, 3-5, 7-9, etc. With special breakout sections for fairy tales and cultural books. I was thrilled to find an old tale that my grandmother and father used to read to me, Max and Moritz, so I bought my own copy of ...
... very squashy at the top!!! By the time we had headed back down, it was 11.55am and nearly 12pm glockenspiel time! The glockenspiel of the Neues Rathaus chimes twice per day in the winter, at 11am and 12pm. Just after the 12pm bells had finished, the 43 bells began their tune and the 32 figures began to move and twirl around. It tells historical stories - where the top half is a knights' tournament, which was held in 1568 to ...