The Charles Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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We arrived in Munich on time, and grabbed the S-Bahn to center city. We bought a day-pass for the Public Transport system as we intended to visit a few spots on the outskirts of Munich today if we had time and energy. Easy to do, and soon we arrived at the Hauptbahnhof in Munich. From here it was about one block to our hotel, and we were there …
... off, "On the road again" (keep singing this in my head every time we head off, thanks to Julia as that's what she always used to say when we were travelling around Alaska with her!)
We were originally going to head straight to Partnachklamm (Partnach Gorge), but got sidetracked by Blindsee Lake, a very cute lake at the bottom of the mountain we've been staying on. Since we had perfect blue skies this morning, we just had to stop there to take a few photos of ...
... full of steins or trays full of food and if you get in their way, they will barge you out of it! Three days was plenty enough in the beer halls, though I'd be lying if I said my arm couldn't have been twisted to head in on the evening of day four! With our last couple of days in Germany we thought we should probably have a look around Munich at something other than Oktoberfest. We went out to Hard Rock Cafe for dinner with Choc, Shaun, Tania and Toni, wandered around some local ...
... with locals. Inside there's nowhere to go, we end up on the top level of one of the more German tents, it's amazing, the sheer size of it, the people of every age dancing, celebrating, singing. I find a table upstairs but we lose Liam and Matt, not to worry, we have steins on the way as well as food.
We play slaps to pass time, we're joined by Britt and Brett, the food is not what I really wanted but I'm so hungry I devour it anyway, in the two hours we're ...
... and tour number so once you reach the castle you just have to wait until your number appears on the screen. The tour itself is only 30 minutes and you aren't allowed to take photos inside the castle (to protect the paintings from flashes). Having said that we will walk you through the castle. The castle sits on a rocky outcrop overlooking the town of Hohenschwangau. As you approach the main gate you realise the size of this castle, it is huge... You ...