Conrad Hotel de Ville
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- Continental Breakfast
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... said he was going for a shower and would take 2 mins. 20 minutes later... I asked him who the girl was, me or him :). We eventually head off and left the camp site, the two of is excited for the day. We got on the bus without a ticket, feeling rebellious, and then the 2 trains to get where we needed to go. We got out of the train station and I was convinced the hostel we were meant to go to was one direction but Justin was sure it was the other, I'm not used to ...
... the central areas of Munich and saw the beautiful churches such as St Michael's and the Frauenkirch. We then went and had some beautiful pork and I had a litre if beer at the Hofbrauhaus. Jess tried the beer and asks she liked it a tiny bit more than Aussie beer. We went for a walk around the shops and old building of Munich before heading back to our hotel. Both of us were feeling a little sick and decided to have an early night, unlike many of our travel ...
... which included wars, plague and politics.
Rothenberg held a special significance for Nazi ideologists. For them, it was the epitome of the German 'Home Town', representing all that was quintessentially German. Throughout the 1930s the Nazi organisation organised trips to Rothenberg and this initiative was staunchly supported by Rothenberg’s citizenry, many of whom were sympathetic to National Socialism – both for its perceived economic benefits ...
... candies, fine German knives, and clean bathrooms. But the crowning glory of the building is Milka Welt located in the basement.
Oh, I'm in heaven! This is chocoholic nirvana! Bliss! The smell of chocolate is all around. And the wonderful memories that the purple packaging inspires in me . . . mom used to pack us a picnic lunch when we went skiing. My dad would ski around with the picnic in his rucksack until lunchtime (later, when he ...
... this site contained. Firstly we headed up into the ferris wheel that sits about 50m at its highest point above the huge fair like grounds. From the top we could see the rides, huge beer tents, thousands of people, churches on the outskirts of the grounds and could even see into central Munich towards the Glockespeil church and the towers surrounding Marienplatz. Following our ride in the ferris wheel we went for a walk and found one of the ...