Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
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... and suffering than any sort of redemption. The religious memorials verge on the kitsch. Set against all that, the prison block is stark in its rows and rows of cells, but is not presented with any degree of imagination or even indignation. And all the time, the place is swarming with folk. It seemed that it was the day for the whole of Italy to visit Dachau, and there were more Americans here than we have encountered so far. It was a hot day, and ...
... lunch there as we hadn’t eaten yet – while it wasn’t the best food we had in Germany, it wasn’t too bad either. We all shared a Mixed German Sausage Platter with a basket of various breads, yummy. The boys and Gary then naturally had to buy a souvenir at the shop.
We really only had two or three hours left after our late lunch so we thought we would visit the Deutsches Museum. It too was only a short walk ...
... coffee and chatting about the world events. Ben and I did the same. We were surprised the place was so quiet at 7.30 in the morning. Perhaps more people have coffee at home rather than at a coffee house. On retuning to the hotel the girls were still in bed but awake. We or should I say me decided we should go and see the Olympic stadium and the BMW plant I figured what tran to catch and away we went. The problem was we had to catch ...
... upgrade list, meaning Mom is #6 and I’d be #7 had I checked in.
I remained near the United check-in counters monitoring the status of the MUC-ORD flight, which departs at 12:20 p.m. (40 minutes after IAD). Two Global First Class passengers for Chicago haven’t checked in yet. My only hope to get a premium seat today is if one of those customers misses the flight.
I saw online that Mom was issued a boarding pass for Economy Class Seat ...
... 360° view of Munich. Matt slid back down on what remained of the snow in the park, and we returned by train toward town, getting off a couple of stops short to visit the English Garten, a magnificent and extensive park. This led back toward town, and then we tubed home by 5pm.
At 7pm, we were strolling out to the Lowenbraukeller Beer Hall, for a very Bavarian dinner with beer, or beer with dinner. Thoroughly satisfying day.
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