Airport Regentpark Hotel
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Arrived in the airport without hassle and got the car. Seat people carrier 7 seater. Trip was nice. Munich traffic not too busy. Went the secondary roads when we got to Austria as we avoided the Vignette and got to travel nice scenic roads. Arrived (around 18:30) and checked into the hotel without issue. Room smallish but fine. Our family name were on a welcome board along with all the new guests that day. Had dinner and went for a stroll around the ...
... had to sleep in a tiny tiny room. At the very end we went through the gas chambers, walked through ones actually used, which was incredibly eerie and upsetting. After the tour we were all very sombre, and we got the train back to Munich. Once back at our hostel we had a little break then went downstairs to get cheap beer and watch the Germany-Portugal game. Germany scored three goals in the first half (there were fifty cent bets on things like ...
... where The cast of The Sound of Music stood so many years ago! I purchased a small bottle of holy water from a donation spot and thought the bottle looked really familiar. I didn't realize until later on that the holy water was actually in a small Jaegermeister bottle. That's my kind of church! Our tour guide informed us that we had to try the local apple strudel, so I gracefully complied. SO GOOD! I almost had to lick the plate clean (story of my life). ...
... to fly to Antalya for a 7-day tour, we were suddenly faced with the need to travel quickly and reach some specific locations. This meant that after a relaxing couple of days, it was time to get some miles (or kilometres, seeing that we are in Europe) under our belt and head across to the French-German border. We had looked at some maps and didn’t want to be forced to get a Vignette for the right to drive through Switzerland without any stopovers, so we ...
... close to 500 American dollars on booking it. This didn't include the food or alcohol for the weekend. It was totally worth every penny we spent.
So Thursday night came when we would board the 8 hour charter bus. We all thought it would be smart to do a little pregaming before so we could just crash and wake up early Friday morning and be in Germany...Lets just say Schreinski went a little too hard! First we get to the train station to meet the rest ...