Mercure Hotel Orbis Muenchen Perlach
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We arrived at our hotel early in Munich so we drove into the city to have a look around. We all expected another big busy dirty city but we were very surprised by what we had seen. It was busy but not over crowded and it was very clean, lots of side walk cafes and restaurants, beautiful buildings and churches. There must be alot of money in Munich …
... the Olympic Stadium and the 1,000 ft. high television tower. The best part was seeing the Glockenspiel in Marienplatz. It was amazing!!!! We then had a chance to explore the city on our own. We went through a farmer's market and went shopping in the local stores. After that, we walked back to our hotel and relaxed until dinner. We had our farewell dinner at Bum Kuchlverzeichnis only about 10 ...
... office was (now a school of music). We walked to the English gardens where people were surfing in the river, we watched them for ages in amazement. We headed back into the centre for a good look around, went to the market and checked out all the souvenir shops. Tonight we went to the hofbrauhaus and had a stein in the beer garden, because it was such a beautiful afternoon. Maureen and Murray met us there for a farewell beer, it's been great spending time with them, they ...
... us the beautiful gothic building and a bit of history of the places. It was hard to hear what he was saying so didn't fully get the stories. A game he introduced us to was 'stranger danger' when you see another tourist hanging around the edge of the group trying to get a free walking tour you yell out STRANGER DANGER and the whole group must drop to the floor! It was a lot of fun although didn't happen as often as I felt it ...
... park at the location so we didn't actually participate in Octoberfest festivities. We were sorry we missed the opportunity. Drove from Munich to Brussels in one long day. We stopped at Dacau, the first of the famous concentration camps. It was a sobering visit. The kids stayed in the car while we toured it briefly. We continued on our way and made another stop in Nuremburg to learn about the war crime trials. We started our trip with war history lessons and ended it on the same ...
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