Moevenpick Hotel Munchen-Airport
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Timisoara is in Western Romania, inhabited since 200 BC, current population is about a half million.
Metropolitan Orthodox Cathedral: Byzantine style built between 1936 -46
Victory (Opera) Square: One of the two fabulous squares. The other being Union Square, both have great buildings.
... for travelling around the city. Purchased our tickets directly from the driver. We travelled legally for the reminder of the day. Commentaries both in German and English explained the various buildings and historical sites. The city was painted red and white today due to Munich playing in a soccer final later this afternoon. The Old City of Munich was one large party with supporter revelling in the festive atmosphere. Similar to ...
... Fortunately the Hotel Excelsior is a mere 300 metre walk from the station exit which proved a Godsend with two suitcases weighing 23kegs each. As we arrived late afternoon we opted for a casual stroll to the Marienplatz for a wander through Die Markthändler vom Christkindlmarkt in München. The last Saturday night before xmas in amongst thousands of people engaged in last minute shopping....get me a drink! With ...
... The restaurant was extremely busy and we had to wait in line for about 15mins before we got seated. The atmosphere was cozy and vibrant. We ordered a litre of red wine and our food for the night. Andrew and Garret both had pastas and I decided on the pizza. You can't tells from the picture, but the pizza was actually larger than the plate itself. Hence, why the waiter had to put a piece of wax paper underneath to protect the table. The pizza was HUGE! ...
... br> Oktoberfest is an important part of Bavarian culture, having been held since 1810.
Ever since Dan and I started talking about and planning our travels we had Oktoberfest on the brain. This was the festival that made us determined to join our fellow NZ Visa holders in the UK.
Leading up to the event we ordered our traditional Dirndl (beer wench outfit) and Lederhosen (mens outfit), got together a group of friends and booked a ...