Treff Hotel Munchen City Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stopped to have coffee at the square. For breakfast they will often have a breadbasket with butter or Nutella, with black coffee. Students wandered by and people riding by. Those on bikes were of a variety of ages, active sixty plus, bright young things, and the little ones. We had coffee at one of the cafe at the Dom. As it was busy this meant circling around until a table become free, then you attack, rushing to grab the table. The night before at dinner ...
... the Viktualen Markt, which seemed a lot quieter than the last time I was here. I continued up to the Residenz and Odeonsplatz before getting the U Bahn back to Vanessa’s to organize a few things so I’m ready for the next stage of my trip.
This evening I had a kebab and a drink with Hinnerk, who visited our lab a while back now. We walked around Munich and drank, visiting a few different pubs as well as a speedy along the ...
... It was extremely hard to find a table but eventually a waitress grabbed me and pulled me into an open spot at standing tables, where the three of us got our first Oktoberfest beers! Each beer is 10 euros, which sounds crazy expensive until you realize that each beer is one liter and contains about twice the alcohol content as U.S. beers. We quickly made friends with the other people at the table (on one side were Americans and the other Brazilians) and started drinking. ...
... a while it slowed to showers.
I got home about 5pm and had a Granddad nap. Jackie and Kate got home about 7pm and had a few nice clothes to show off. Because they were so late - John became concerned and went out to try and find the girls and didn’t return until about 7.45pm.
About 8.15 we had an Italian dinner at the Restaurant downstairs. Their food is lovely and John was really showing signs of tiredness. So tired ...
... both castles from our balcony.
Saturday, October 5
In spite of the rain, half of Germany accompanied us on our tours of the castles! (Our timing of a weekend probably was not helpful!) The first castle, Hohenschwangau, belonged to King Maximillian, and is the older, more historic one. These were used primarily ...