Tulip Inn Concorde Munich
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Pets allowed
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... the Chinesischer Turm (Chinese Tower) and beer garden. It was full of people drinking liters of beer and eating pretzels bigger than my head. Of course we stopped to enjoy a large beer and pretzel. It was definitely worth it
We stumbled upon Monopteros (Apollo Temple), which sits on the top a hill. We climbed the steep cobblestone steps to ...
... named after her called Theresienwiese. (Theresa's Meadow'). The name has been kept ever since but is now abbreviated by locals as 'Wiesn'. It is a festival held from mid September to the first Sunday in October. Rather, it goes on for 16-18 days every year around the same time.
Ben and I arrived via train to Munich, and took the local train to the Campingplatz. Directly translated as, Camping Place. We camped ...
... stop was dachau for a sobering visit to the memorial site of the concentration camp. Different to other site such as Auschwitz where there were very little survivors - this camp being the original and that of a work site ( instead of those focused on extermination) , there were many people from religious, political or racial reasons inprisioned there managed to ...
... players busking, but no accordion players as last time. As I neared the fountain at the end of the plaza I heard piano music and found a very talented musician with a full-sized Yamaha Piano playing mostly classical tunes. He mentioned that the rules of his license require him to change locations in the plaza every few hours. I told him that was a ridiculous rule to apply to a piano given the size and weight and also the fact that moving it so often may cause ...
... also stopped at a great pastry shop where we had a pretzel and coffee. We arrived at the castle area about 11:30 AM, Andy got our reserved tickets for the tour which runs every 5 minutes (ours was for 12:55 PM). Before the tour, we hiked up a steep incline (600' elevation gain) to get to Mary's Bridge for a fabulous view of the castle. Going down to the castle on a different route wasn't so bad. Took the ...