Precise Panorama CityHotel Rosenheim
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... hair nets and put in ear plugs to see where the action took place. My imagination couldn't be further away from the truth. We merely saw the outside of the factory and office building which looked just like any other industrial site. They didn't even use Swarovski's signature royal blue on the buildings!
The tour took place in the Kristallwelten museum and garden which displayed artworks various artists created in ...
... We had to walk through the train station to get back to the laundromat, so we grabbed some to go dinner from the station McDonald's. Were all set to have a romantic Christmas eve dinner at the laundromat!
With clean clothes on our backs (well, Jonathan's back... he got to play pack mule for the night) and not-so healthy food in our tummies, we made the trek home. We've been stressing for a few days about how, when and where we would get our laundry done, so it was ...
... the road till I came to the few village shops. I was wondering if the guy in the takeaway might be able to point me in the right direction, when I noticed a nutcase in shorts and tshirt stretching against a building, obviously having been running ( in this weather!) so I ventured my German question again, and was gobsmacked to get 'I do indeed, I'm from Wales!' in reply! Tom the Taff is a translation intern for a year, and though ...
... 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.
... along a winding river with mountains on either side. Pretty.
And then our traveling companions joined us. Womp womp. One very sick *****ian mother and her toddler with no personal boundaries. I would rather forget this part of the trip. I just put my headphones on and watched the world go by. Onward to the Alps.
The first time I saw the snow covered peaks, I was like ...