The Charles Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
We drove out to Munich this morning. It took over 5 hours. WE stopped a couple of times to check out the scenery and to have lunch (french rolls, meat and cheese) along the way. We stopped to look at Lake Constance. It was such a beautiful turquoise color (the picture does not do it justice). Every village that we passed had a large church steeple that you could see from miles ...
... really tried to avoid it. There is a little alleyway behind the monument where Hitler delivered one of his famous speeches and when you went past a monument to fallen nationalist members you had to give the Nazi salute or you were arrested. The locals worked out that if you went down this alleyway you could avoid going past the salutation point. From then on it was called "shirkers alley."
I will be researching in detail when I get home. I have loved my ...
... Autobahn. On the highway segments with no speed limit, I managed to get our VW station wagon up to 170km/hr. The kids loved it. It was overcast when we arrived, and there was a thick layer of clouds right above the castle as we made our way to the small town at the base of the mountain. As we pulled into the designated parking lot, we realized that we should have left Munich much, much earlier. Neuschwanstein is apparently a major tourist ...
... I slept right through it. Glad no one fell on me.
The next morning we woke up at 5:30 so we could be the first to the showers. We got ready and took the first bus to the festival. We made our way to the biggest tent: Hofbrau. It's the most popular and supposedly the best beer tent at Oktoberfest. We got there at 8:00 am and they let people in around 9:30. When they opened those doors it was like a riot. Everyone charged the doors and we just got shoved forward. My friends ...