Hotel zur Post
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... into a museum for free. I'm Munich if you're under 18 you get in for free so I tried to convince the guy I was 18 and to let me in. He refused. So I checked out the lobby and moved on. I went to the Bavarian parliament, a couple churches and then went to a store to try on some laderhosen, which were surprising comfortable. But not that comfortable for 200 ...
... wet. We trudged on and on and I was being to lose interest in even going to this brewery. Was a beer and pretzel worth hiking uphill in light rain? Lori stopped a jogger to ask how far Andech’s was and she said only about 10 more minutes in the direction that we were going so we continued on. My feet were now soaking wet but I figured since we made it this far we might as well keep going so my spirits were raised
a bit. Finally the brewery came into view as we walked out ...
... detailed history not excluding their topical involvement of using concentration camp prisoners of war in the manufacturing of engine components, especially if the prisoner had a mechanical trade or experience. Purchasers also come here to pick the desired vehicle, colour and accessories and then return when the vehicle is ready to collect for handover. After the BMW museum, we boarded the HOHO bus and went back in to Munich city to continue our wandering finding some ...
... was accepted. Unfortunately – though not known at the time – K & John had paid the fee on three occasions and are now having to go through their bank to recover the lost monies to the French Government. Fortunately we heard after our trip that John and Kate did recover their money with little trouble.
In any event after paying the baggage we were at our departure gate by 8am.
While this was good – we had time to fill so ...
... of us. Then we headed into the large tent to find a space to set up our "beds" with about 100 other people. While it wasn't the most comfortable sleep I've ever had (Jason and Erenna had no issues sleeping), the facilities were clean and plentiful for the amount of people staying here and for 7 euros a night, the price was right.
It didn't take long for us to notice a big difference between Munich and Berlin. Munich is much cleaner and more ...