Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
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... of zweibelbrot that we used to get as a special treat when my parents would take us to this big store in the countryside. The Zweibelbrot featured a wheat type flour, fresh roasted and carmelized onions, caraway and fennel seed and all sorts of other seeds and nuts. Sadly, I do not encounter anything like I remembered. Oh well, sampling is great fun!
You can buy pastries, fresh Italian black truffles, meats, fruits, artisan cheeses, eggs, ...
... supported Hitler's ideology, and many people did in fact resist his demands.
Standing up to a figure as powerful as Hitler, where the odds so highly stacked against you takes an incredible amount of courage and determination, and I always find these stories so interesting regardless of how big or small these resistance efforts are. In Germany there are several efforts to memorialize these resistance efforts, which remind us today ...
... my usual glass of red.
After the Hofbrauhaus we walked along Maximillianstrasse looking at all the upmarket shops then along Residenzstrasse into Odeonsplatz and the Hofgarten. From there we headed into the Englischer Garten. It was getting quite late by then and dusk was starting to fall. I was hoping to find the surfers in the garden but didn't think we would have enough time. Gary looked up and there they were in the distance, so we wandered ...
... and artistic center, and it played a leading role in
the development of 19th- and 20th-century German painting.
After World War I the city was the scene of considerable political unrest.
National Socialism (Nazism) was founded there, and on Nov. 8, 1923, Adolf Hitler
failed in his attempted Munich “beer-hall putsch”—a coup aimed
at the Bavarian government. Despite this fiasco, Hitler made Munich the headquarters
of the ...
... on many nights to take a stroll through the mountain in the winter. I can only imagine what that would have been like. We made our way up, but the bus doesn't actually go all the way to the top so we got dropped off and had to do some walking of our own. The group first walked towards the bridge which is what gave us a the most beautiful screensaver worthy picture view. When you google "Neuschwanstein" one of the most common images that comes up is the view from ...