Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
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... luggage very comfortably - the only drawback is I usually drive a mini, switching up to this monster, and on the wrong side of the road made perfect fodder for Max who cracked jokes about my bad driving for the next hour. They'd never heard of a bunnyhop before, I did my best to give them plenty of examples :)
Eventually locking the car up for the night Emerson and I got back into our Bavarian tourist outfits and headed off to Hofbrauhaus for dinner with the whole family.
... countryside. Side note... On the autobahn aw were doing 150km/hr in our mini van and we get passed by an Audi that made us look like we were standing still! Surprisingly you don't feel the speed when in the car. The bonus of a small tour was that we got to go through small villages and off the main highway. It was gorgeous. Our first small village was Uffing which has a population of 2000. Here we learnt about the Bavarian laws on building styles. ...
... Show which seems to have become our Munich anthem as a group.
The following morning we got up and went to the station in hope of getting a tour to Neuschwanstein castle at Fussen. We missed our tram and subsequently missed the tour by 10min. I had read the night before that another company runs a tour to Neuschwanstein half an hour later, so we located the tour and paid our fee. Well we got more than we bargained for! The tour guide was absolutely nuts! ...
... Museum. It was more a better than the tent option than a real enthusiasm on my part. However the weather had me wondering if I should go into town and do tourism there instead.
The museum was often excellent and included a couple of fake mine tours in its mining section. A huge amount of effort has gone into presentation. Many of the captions had an English summary although a few of the sections didn’t. ...
... he has seen and done here since he first arrived in 1956. I am the beneficiary of all of that information; a personal tour guide with extraordinary knowledge.
For these days I am going to be uploading slideshows to give you a feeling of the city. It is important to keep in mind that 90% of Munich was destroyed in the bombings of World War II so what you see are reconstructions of the buildings. In ...
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