Hotel Erzgiesserei Europe
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Conference facilities
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We headed out this morning around 10:00am for Munich Germany. Our plan for the day was to arrive in Munich get settled in our apartment and go drink a beer in one of the beer gardens at October fest in Munich. Here' s how our day went... Jerry studied the map the previous evening to determine our best route to Munich. In the morning after loading our luggage in the car we plugged in our destination into the navigation. We made our way out of the city center then "Miles" ...
... lakes with swans. We did not have time to visit the grotto which is a cave decorated to represent Wagner's Ring operas.
After our short visit to Linderhof (it's only a 30 minute tour), we headed to Oberammergau which is a small town in southern Bavaria famous for its Passion Play. They do it every ten years to fulfill their promise to God who spared them from the plague in the 1500s. It's also seemingly known for souvenir ...
Several of you, but maybe not all, know that I've picked up a new sport here in Rome - Gaelic football. It's difficult to understand without watching video...Google it :)
Joining a team has been one of the top highlights of living in Rome. Yes, I get great exercise at our trainings, but more than that, I now have many new friends outside of work. Italian, Irish, British, Scottish, and American. I don't think ...
... to fly into Istanbul on Wednesday the 17th, which gave us a week in Turkey before leaving for Germany and Austria. We did our best to help them feel the seasonal cheer by taking them to Christmas parties, holiday-themed quizzes, and out on the town. By the time Christmas Eve rolled around, we were all exhausted from the late nights and ready to head off for some R&R in Munich. Unfortunately, that wasn’t in the cards: I’d set up ...
OK so if you're an avid reader of my blog you might notice I missed yesterday. That's because nothing much happened. I got up early, caught the bus to Aachen, then caught a train to Coln, then another train to Munich. The train to Munich broke down in Nuremberg (so much for German efficiency) so I had to catch another train. I arrived in Munich about 4pm, starving hungry because all I had to eat were some sandwiches I got on the train. Had dinner (Pork belly, yum) then made my way to ...