Hotel Insel Muhle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as each was painted and these are hung in the museum too. Attached to the Royal Coaches there was a porcelain museum, which contained not a single toilet. I think that may have been more interesting though.
I returned into the centre of town and had a sausage at the xmas market in Karlsplatz and then walked to the Marienplatz and the main square. There were lots and lots of Christmas markets around. I walked through the streets, ...
- My flight arrived early into Munich. It was cold.
- I didn't get asked for an outward ticket when I entered Germany, just how long I intended on staying.
- I caught the subway to my hotel. My room wasn't ready as it was still early. The guy on reception felt sorry for me as I had just spent 20 odd hours on planes. He gave me a couple of free bottles of water.
- I walked around town for a while and then headed back when I was too tired to do ...
... was no exhibition hall where "stuff" was sold. Nope this was strictly a beer, food and ride event (oh and a handful of cheezy souvenir booths).
As we walked, we passed one ridiculously over the top decorated beer hall after another. Some of the beer halls had moving signs and beer insignias, but perhaps my favorite was Ochsenbraterei beer house with an enormous rotating spit over the entry. Only at Octoberfest.
Once we reached near the end of what I called beer ...
We all caught up on journaling the next morning before heading over to the massive BMW complex next the Munich Olympic Park. Caroline had to reserve our BMW factory tour tickets 6 months in advance in order to get in. Apparently, it's a popular item. We arrived at BMW Welt ("BMW World") in our Volkswagen station wagon - awkward! This was a huge, modern, multi-story showroom with every latest BMW, Mini, and Rolls Royce model available, ...
... with their giant city park, Englisher Park, (larger than New York Central Park). This park had the second largest beer garden in the world. This was all topped off with the river flowing through the park that people could surf on at the entrance.
A night on the town at the Hofbrauhaus (a well known beer house) with some friends showed the trials and tribulations of trying to down a liter of beer from a single stein while eating a Pork Knuckle. We all got to sing German beer songs ...