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- Minibar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... than decide to walk through the Viktualienmarkt. An outdoor market near Marianplatz. It is huge, many food vendors with lots of vegetables, meats, cheeses etc. We walked about purchasing items for tonight's meal. We bought a pork loin, fennel, mushrooms and small potatoes. We were planning a oven roasted dinner at Chez Jer.
Knowing it was our last time in the city we decided to stop at the famous Hofbrauhaus. Which is tone of the best know beer garden & ...
... tour again. Same as Amsterdam and Berlin. They are very well organized. They hand us numbers and separate us in between the guides. Each group moves away from each other and our guide began telling us about the tour and a brief history of Munich. He then began to explain the famous Glockenspiel clock behind him. After he explained, the clock began it's "dance". It was great. I will post a video on Facebook.
We then walked over to ...
... cushioned and reclineable, they were also adjustable sideways! So if you didn't want to be too close to your neighbour, you could adjust your seat towards the aisle (if you happened to be in the aisle seat)!
Unfortunately I slept right through the border crossing between Austria and Germany. When I woke up we were in a little town that looked just like any little town in Austria. The only thing that told me we were ...
... get there! A couple hours on a train, and a few minutes on a bus each way! There was a boy my age and his mom on the same tour from England so they quickly became out friends for the day which made the transportation time much more enjoyable! After climbing up the hill to the castle and going on the castle tour it was finally time to adventure to the bridge in order to get the best view of the castle! Because it is winter and there was lots of ...
... with our first experiences of the autobahn.. We had to slow for roadworks, but only to 120km per hr..(Germans do the roads and rules so well) We parked up and started off with a visit to the Hitler Museum.. First impressions...Well everything was in German, so it was hard to get a good grasp of what they were trying to portray in the museum.. To be honest, I could not tell if it was a memorial of the travesty of his reign or a memorial to him. Either way, ...