Travel Blogs from Munich
... Ludwig II never married, and often lived in Linderhof by himself. It must have been a very lonely place, He preferred to eat alone, so much so, that in his dining room his table could be raised and lowered from the kitchens below complete with food so that servants didn't need to come into his room.
After a visit to the gift shop and a snack lunch we drove on the short distance to Oberammergau. Known for its painted houses and ...
... that one of her friends was now not only married but already had a kid. Crazy. As an add on, all the masters and PhD students here seem to be in serious committed relationships. Like they almost live together, go on 7 weeks vacations together, move to a different country just be together and stuff. They are all probably going to get married and it’s weird to think that that is going to be the norm in about 3 years from now. I actually do not feel ready at all.
... The Karlesplatz is a meeting point between the Ubahn, SBahn and the tram system and so it is a major junction.
Catching a tram (number N27) we were off to the museum district to go to the Alte Pinakothek, which is the Old Art Gallery, painting from the 14th to the 18th century.Of course the big draw, Albrecht Durer, a major engraver and artist from the 15th century and he lived most of his life in Nuremberg, in the state of Bavaria. The ...
... United/Continental merger, which put many CO policies in place that are extremely bad).
At 11:10, it was 10 minutes until check-in for Chicago was supposed to close (one hour prior to departure for an international flight). Six BusinessFirst customers and two Global First customers had not checked in yet. Maybe there’s a chance for me to get one of the seats if these folks no-show or misconnect? I decided to check in for the flight and see what ...
... day out.
2 votes - Pork knuckle, beer, beesting cakes. We ate well! And because we are walking around so often we need to keep up our food intake, so that worked out nicely.
1 vote - Eisbach wave and the surfers. Just because it looked awesome.
WOG - Weather and public holidays. Never thought we'd hate a public holiday but things just shut down. It's the Catholics fault, too many holidays and the Europeans are keen to take full ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed