Treff Hotel Munchen City Centre
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... nearby Dachau concentration camp for 're education' not knowing when or if they would come out. This form of protest or resistance against the Nazi's is often overlooked, but did occur.
We then continued to see the Opera house built by Maximilian (the king not the duke). While it was being built, it caught fire, as they used candles to light the construction site. Work started again, this time with the worlds first sprinkler system in place. This was a huge bowl help ...
... how to set you up. Good TV programing, halfway decent meals and free wine and liquor ( I highly recommend these guys for long flights). The only real issue I have, for more or less, all flights in general is how they cram you into very small seats that have no give in any direction. I'm glad I am not a fat person or I would be in real trouble. I did have the pleasure of "jocking" for an arm rest the with lady sitting next to me for a solid seven ...
Munich was just a short hour train ride from Fussen and we (and everyone else it seems) was making our way there for the weekend and the beginning of Oktoberfest. We were taking the cheapest option in terms of accommodation and staying at a campground around 6km from the city centre as part of a Topdeck ‘Tour’, and when we arrived it became very quickly clear that pretty much all of Australia was here too. Our tent (one of over 400) was completely surrounded ...
... of zweibelbrot that we used to get as a special treat when my parents would take us to this big store in the countryside. The Zweibelbrot featured a wheat type flour, fresh roasted and carmelized onions, caraway and fennel seed and all sorts of other seeds and nuts. Sadly, I do not encounter anything like I remembered. Oh well, sampling is great fun!
You can buy pastries, fresh Italian black truffles, meats, fruits, artisan cheeses, eggs, ...
... area, currently showing Rolls Royce - the picnic hampers had to be seen to be believed.
We then crossed the airbridge to BMW Welt, the home of all the current models plus motor bikes you could sit on for pics etc, so of course we did. This was not actually as interesting as the museum, but this area was free so we wandered for a while then went for an ice cream - 30+° and its not the only thing melting!