Hotel Insel Muhle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... t put down here because so much happened in the span of four days there's just no way to describe all of it. In one weekend I stayed at a random guys house, had the best beer in the world, met people from all around the world, made some amazing friends, got yelled at in German, and had to find my way around in a country that I didn't know a thing about. As cliche as it is, I am so happy and grateful for this experience and I will carry the memories with me for a lifetime.
... for dinner. We found our meeting point for our tour tomorrow at the train station, chose our breakfast cafe for tomorrow and then had thai for dinner. Afterwards we browsed the cbd, had delicious waffles and ice cream for sweets and walked back to the hotel.
Tomorrow we are going on a half day tour of Dachau Concentration Camp and a half day tour of the Third Reich in Munich. Tomorrow will be an emotionally fatiguing day. We need an early night.
... needed it.
Since our arrival in Munich we have not been having a breakfast as such and we seem to pick up something on the road. Most times it’s been about 11- ish, but in any event we are not going hungry. The Germans must be the best meat eaters in the world, as there is no problem finding a good meal. Mind you – it helps if you like sausage meat or steaks. There is also lot of Salmon here, whereas in most cases when you order it, you receive one cut of ...
... bit of driving these past days I think tomorrow we're staying in Munich and will visit a museum or two.
Wednesday we'll head out and aim to visit Schloss Linderhof and a view other sights south of Munich.
Weather still hot, heading into high 20s and early 30s, fresher here than on our way down. Has been very humid and "close".
Bells just ringing in 10pm outside, so time for bed.
... 223;ball scarf (which he has promised to wear when the weather turns chilly). We boarded the bus and as Jose (pronounced with a hard "J") pulled away from the hotel we all said good-bye to the lovely town of Bad Tölz. We had stayed there for 3 nights and got to know the town square well. As the bus moved us along, Pete and I tried to soak in all the beautiful landscapes Bavaria had to offer. Cows steadily chewing the grass, farmers out in their fields, the ...