Hotel Prinzregent am Friedensengel
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... dolled up. We headed down for breaky at just after 6 and lined our stomachs with toast and ham and coco pops and even honey puffs.
True to their word the bus left just after 6.30 and we arrived at the Oktoberfest at around 7. The place was pretty dead apart from a slow trickle of people trying to get to the halls early *(like us) and the people setting up for the day. It was quite impressive, the grounds are massive and covered in Beer Halls and rides and ...
... what songs were being sung, but at on point there was something about Bayern Leaga (and given that they were dressed in Bayern Munich attire I figures this was an ode to the socccer (football) team Bayern Munich). One young man in the group was particulary insistent on singing (even when his buddies had long since abandoned the activity). It was pretty comical because it would become quiet and all of a sudden he would start up again. Eventually they got off the train. We ...
... German precision and efficiency didn't let us down. We rented a station wagon and drove to our rental apartment in Munich, located just southwest of downtown near the Isar river. We lucked out and arrived on the day the local neighborhood was celebrating their annual summer festival. We could not have planned any better if we had tried. The streets were blocked off, and all of the local restaurants, bakeries, wineries and other vendors had ...
... after her very own EF Tour in 2010. We made a quick stop at Nymphenburg palace in the city - the place where Ludwig II was born - the king who built all the castles. It was a really busy day in Munich - there was a festival in the Marienplatz and a lot of bachelor and bachelorette parties taking place. In Germany, the a bachelor/bachelorette party is a little different than in the states. The bridesmaids or groomsmen choose an activity - usually an embarrassing or humiliating ...
Today we woke up and departed Prague heading back to Deutschland towards the city of Munich or as it is called here Munchin but before we get there there is a planned sobering stop at Dachau concentration camp. We decided not to take our camera in and take photos here out of respect so there will be no photos of this but the memory will be forever imprinted in our brains. We saw the rooms where ...