Leonardo Hotel & Residence Munich
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Convenient location. Direct metro from Central Station to hotel.
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Visited the Alstadt and the Toy Museum.
Toy Museum has early 1900s toys... tin robots, teddy bears, baby girls.
Glockenspiel at 11 am.
Breakfast at a cafe near to the famous beer hall for 6.60 euros, include a big cappuccino and 2 sandwiches and a red egg.
Theatrekirch with Max II tomb. White inside.
Lunch at …
... fun watching every one ' dive' for tables. We wandered around and found an interesting exhibition about the effects of the bombing of Wurzburg. The old town was smashed, and set alight with the bombing in the 3 rd week before the war ended. Over 5,000 died, yet the town has risen from the ashes like Coventry and actively promotes peace. We had a good, fast trip to Munich. The train station at Munich is very, very busy. We knew that we were in a city by ...
... their presence would definitely educate them about their history, but we were disappointed with the loud chatter and laughter. Perhaps their demeanor and attitude became more respectful by day’s end. A tip for future visits: skip the audio guide and wait for a live English speaking guide. This camp was in operation from 1933 ...
... juice. I was so dehydrated that I'm pretty sure I had at least six glasses of orange juice, and I don't even like orange juice! We then waited for our group to leave the hostel and head to the one and only, OKTOBERFEST! I was so excited, that I'm pretty sure I skipped the whole way there! We arrived at one of the entrances and all I saw was carnival rides, beer tents, and food stands! I was in Heaven! Our group made our way to the largest beer tent, Hofbråu Festhalle. ...
... Next on my list of obstacles was the puddle-jumper plane I was assigned. The flight to Toronto is only two hours from Minneapolis so there's no need for a plane with large overhead storage, right? Well that's not so true for a guy that's rocking the double backpack look. Ya know, one on the back one on the chest? Especially because my life for the next two months was clinging to me by those sets of straps, and I couldn't afford ...