Travel Blogs from Hallbergmoos
... hours. We learned a lot of the history of Munich, Bavaria, and some about Austria.
We had a funny incident at lunch...another "Donism". Don's hearing aid, the right one is having trouble and he is basically only hearing 50% out of that ear. We were seated outside eating and I went into the building to use the WC and when returning saw the dessert case...there had to have been 8 separate beautiful desserts. I walked outside, sat at the table and said, "Did you see ...
... Boeing 747 completes the scene. Its engine is huge (as the picture shows)
There are complete underground mines and a tunnel section where all types of tunnel equipment is on view.
Nearby is the transport section with many old cars, busses, trains, motorcycles , bicycle etc. I will elaborate a bit more with the pictures. It was interesting to see that the concept of an electric car is by no means new and that many were produced in the 1920's; I found that ...
We took a break from longer train travel for a town and around day starting with a visit to the BMW World, Museum and Production line. You can tour all 3, but need to reserve the production line tour which we tried to however they were booked up. To get around the city we used our holiday acquired subway skills and a day pass which was only €10.60 combined for 24 hour unlimited use.
The BMW complex is situated on the fringe of ...
... for 12.80€. Of course he was thrilled to find his dark beer on tap. It was so good we decided to get dessert. Our waitress was so adorable and could not do enough for us. She seemed excited to see that we enjoyed the food so much. For dessert I ordered apricot dumplings, which was a 20-minute wait, but I didn’t mind as I enjoyed another glass of wine. The dumpling was served with raspberry sauce and slivered ...
... off the day with a stop at the Hofbrauhaus, famed for its Oktoberfest celebrations. It was a real "cultural" experience for us. Picture a giant, noisy beer hall, with everybody wearing lederhosen and dancing and singing. Throw in a table of rude Italians, lots of beer and pretzels, and you've got the picture. Incidentally, this is the site where Hitler and his cronies first started ...
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Ludwigstrasse 43, Hallbergmoos | 4 star hotelfrom $90
Wilhelmstrasse 1-5, Hallbergmoos | 4 star hotelfrom $92
Theresienstrasse 50, Hallbergmoos | 3 star hotelfrom $55
Tassiloweg 18, Hallbergmoos | Hotelfrom $88
Wilhelmstr. 1, Hallbergmoos | 3 star hotelfrom $79
Messerschmittstrasse 1, Hallbergmoos | Hotelfrom $78