- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... and sausage!
I then set of for Englischer Garten, one of the biggest public parks in Europe. It was already dropping dark by the time I got there, so after a quick walk round I retuned to the hostel and continued my beer challenge. This time I had Classic Bavarian beer, Augustiner.
The following morning I was up early and off to the the famous Neuschwanstein Castle, built by King Ludwig. After catching the train to Füsson, we then had a short bus ride to the ...
... in residence.
Our big activity for the day was visiting the BMW Welt near their factory outside the city center. This entailed figuring out the subway ticketing system. One of the people at the hotel had explained the system and with several tries, we managed to get a single round trip group ticket and find our way to the correct platform and onto the train. The subways here are quiet, clean and sleek—a real treat.
... of thing but somehow I managed to remember (despite Chris telling me that we were getting off at the wrong stop...)..
2nd October - Some guy woke us up in the morning cause we slept in past checkout time...oopsies. We had breakfast in the café at the Tent Hotel (which I didn't really like...) then started driving at around 1:15. We got stuck in a traffic jam so didn't get home until around 9:30 - where we ate pizza in bed and watched a movie - the perfect ending ;).
We arrived in Munich on Monday afternoon to a crazy cold front. Everyone was wearing winter coats! Of course, I had to do some shopping on our first venture out. I'm ready for fall, just not sure how I will get everything home. We are staying in an 4th floor walk up in an area called Schwabing. ...
... of a hand rolled Cuban cigar. Heck, my dog is Cuban and I should be able to teach him something of his heritage . . .
Then we enter the food and wine/schnapps portion of Dallmayr. The coffee here is legendary. The tea -- something else. And while, I do not like tea, I love seeing it being weighed and measured from huge porcelain vases with intricate detailed paintings.
The bread is unbelievable! Huge loaves of preservative free breads. I am ...