Tulip Inn Concorde Munich
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Pets allowed
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... door, "don't answer it". Hannah went on to explain that she is being forced by the government to rent out her flat to immigrants. She told us we are the last tourists she will be renting to. She indicated a women had been around once and might be back on Monday. If it was discovered she had rented it she could pay a fine of up to 50 thousand Euros. It is evident that the immigration issues are very serious in Germany. Once settled, Jerry put on his green and white ...
... We joked that we should bring the Gators here and have them get in playing shape by doing sprints up and down the mountain.
The kids were so excited to see the castle up close. Beth was taking pictures of the Marienbrucke which is a bridge built over a waterfall that falls behind the castle while Nate just kept going to various parts of the entrance being amazed by it all. When it came time to enter, we began ascending the nearly ...
... took a tour of the Rescindz Museum at the Royal Palace. On the way back to the hotel, we stopped in our first Internet cafe and Cindy sent our first note home. We met Susan and David for dinner and went back to the Marianplatz. Had dinner outside on the sidewalk at a wonderful little restaurant! The food was really great. After dinner, we spent about an hour in the laundromat (since there was one right down the block) during our first laundry and playing ...
... to stuff our stockings.
Thursday, December 25th - Salzburg:
The skies were grey and rainy, and we would be returning to Munich on Saturday, so rather than check out the city's sights, we drove the short hour and a half to Salzburg, where we would spend Christmas Day. Fortunately, the Christmas market there was open until the 26th, so we guzzled some gluhwein, scoped out the merchandisde, and enjoyed the general merriment. ...
... 3. They were tried and executed for treason. Now if that happened today, which side do you think George Brandis would be on?
We walked on to Karlsplatz, which is a nice little square, next to the old city gates, built by one of the kings (Karl) which he built to win favour with the people. Such was the love for their king, Munichers call this place Stachus after the old beer hall which was there before. We then moved on to Marienplatz (Maria's place) so named for the ...