Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
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... Hannah met us at the curb in front of the apartment and showed us to the garage and the small caged parking area. Jerry managed to get the car in safely only after we emptied it first as you could barely open a door. Hannah escorted us up to our home for the next three nights. A beautifully decorated and well maintained one bedroom apartment with all the amenities of home. She gave us the tour and presented us with the keys but not before warning us if we were home and someone comes ...
... and those that had already purchased tickets and realized that we'd be pushing it to make our tour time. It's German law that you must have a tour of the castles (ie you can't tour it yourself) so if we missed our time, we'd probably be out of luck. As a result, we decided that the best option would be to simply hoof it up the mountain. The map said it would take about 40 minutes but we did it in 25. We were proud of ourselves and how ...
Gary: Today's breakfast buffet was not really as extensive as the one we had on Monday. Of course part of the problem might have been all the beer from the night before! After breakfast, we took the 1-hour city bus tour of Munich and decided what we would do in the afternoon. We left Susan and David and went to the English Garten (city park larger than Central Park in NY!). Walked around the park and had lunch at a Biergarten (pretzels and beer!). After ...
... as its not Collingwood" I liked him
The tour started with a brief history of Munich, some of its highlights and lowlights. Munich was the birthplace of the Nationalist Socialist Party AKA the Nazi party. Our first stop was the Justitzpalast. (Court house) These days it is mainly used for civil matters but they have had some very big trials there, such as the white rose trial, where uni students using their right to freedom of speech, tried to distribute anti-Nazi pamphlets ...
... been. It was like every tourist in Germany had shown up to the same spot on the same day. Luckily I had booked a timed tour a few weeks back so no waiting in line for us (although by noon it was sold out for the whole day anyway). We had lunch below the castle then headed up the steep hill to the castle itself and for our tour inside. Neuschwanstein is actually the castle Walt Disney based his own castles at Disneyland and Disney world on and it looks ...