Hotel Rothof Bogenhausen
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... glad Travel talk had organised us to get there at that time because about 10mins later there was a massive crowed behind us. We played a few games in the line (including eye spy and heads) and Rachel also go hit on by one of the security guards (he lead her through the door first before anyone else it was funny). When it came time to get in us boys were at the front so we could run in and get some tables for everyone, it was crazy but not as bad as we expected so ...
... to be another little gem of a dinner find.
We started with prosecco infused with almond (for Cheryl) and infused with mango for me. We then had stuffed mushrooms, salads, meat fondue (the quality of the meat was amazing – the proprietor buys from the market) and concluded with an appertif and chocolate fondue. It was an incredible way to end the day.
Next morning Cheryl and I were up early, grabbed some breakfast and walked down the street to the market. ...
... and then walked around the neighborhood summer festival and enjoyed some beer, wine, pretzels, and plenty of German sausage.
We were only staying in Munich for four days, so we tried to make each one count. We woke up early the following day and drove to the Dachau Concentration Camp and Holocaust Museum, located right outside of Munich. We knew this would be one of the more serious and somber experiences of our family journey, so ...
... the bride or groom to perform the whole day to raise money for the actually bachelor party later on. We encounter a young man who wore a goal and people paid a Euro to shoot a soccer ball at him. Another young lady would sign your favorite song (if she knew it) for a Euro. The kids mainly went shopping and checked out the sights - old and new town hall, the Church of our Lady, or climbed to the very top of St. Peter's cathedral to see the city from above with the Alps rising ...
... that we went and that we are explaining this on here graphically is so like the plaque that is displayed at the camp that says in big letters NEVER AGAIN. We then drove to Munich and stopped at the BMW museum where we had a unique opportunity to sit in some of the nicest and expensive cars in the world. We drove to our hotel past the Mercedes Benz museum which was huge and Allianz arena the ...