Munchen Airport Marriott Hotel
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... dirndls hopped out, and so began to follow them and the rest of the crowd. After only a few minutes, I also began to follow my nose – the smell of roasting chickens began wafting forth, and I figured I was on the right track. After only a few minutes, I was there, surrounded by gingerbread hearts, men in lederhosen and ridiculous fairground rides. I wandered around in a bit of a daze (remember, I’d only had about 4 hours sleep and ...
... we went to get car. Unfortunately, we could to get an Audi or BMW or Mercedes. Since we are driving through Slovenia and Italy, those cars are too high risk. So we ended up with a very nice Opel. We are staying a really nice town outside of Munich called Freising. Very quaint. Once checked in we walked into town to find Kaffee and fruhstick (breakfast). Found a nice Kaffee shop and had the best egg omelet I ever had. ...
... of the festival parade; even the bus driver seem excited by our timing. He lead us into the town with his own camera in hand and let us loose for 45 minutes while he snapped away at the parade. This parade was awesome. They were all dressed up in traditional looking garb portraying all the different townspeople to include the beggars and the soldiers. There were soldiers on horseback and children in flower covered wagons. Many of ...
... front desk told us a car ride to Frankfurt would be about 3.5 hours so we weren't in the biggest rush to get going. We enjoyed the hotel breakfast and even made a quick stop at Starbucks before hitting the road. However, after plugging in the Frankfurt Hahn airport into the GPS, we realized we needed to fly. It was going to take almost 5 hours to get there. Our flight was at 4 and we still had to get gas, return our car, check-in, and go through security. The car ride was filled ...
... mentioned that the Red Cross did inspect the concentration camp and the prison several times during its years of operation and found nothing amiss. It is very hard to believe that they could not see the starving people and see the treatment that they were given. Our final destination before finishing the tour was the gas chambers and crematorium ovens. Our guide warned us that it was not going to be pleasant and if we wanted to skip it we could. ...