Tulip Inn Concorde Munich
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... in the centre of town and although we hadn’t been there from this place before we took our chances. Briony had been insistent on me getting it on my phone, but there is nothing like the real thing. And besides in public places you look like a ****** if you’re just on your phone all the time, even if you are reading, judgments are made. We head in the direction of town and low and behold we actually recognize where we were. Last time ...
... taking a bunch of photos we all left together to walk around. There were rides everywhere from a ferris wheel to normal carnival rides to small roller coasters! Eventually we all split from them because they wanted to go on rides and I was not going on any ride there. After walking for a while we all went to the grass near the big statue and sat down because we were tired from the bus ride and everything else. It was crazy ...
... of wiggling is needed to transfer from the Swiss to the Austrian motorways which are about ten miles apart. Once on the Austrian road, however, it quickly turns into a German autobahn and the Raven suddenly starts to smile... ah, Bavaria he says and takes off. We're at Planegg by 1320. It's lovely to see Kirstin who takes us to her delightful doctor for our innoculations. She then drops us back at the hotel where Hilli and ...
... history are doomed to repeat it" or variously quoted as "those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" from George Santayana. Some also attribute this quote to Winston Churchill, but he is not documented as having said it. Churchill was more concerned that the loss of the past would mean "the most thoughtless of ages. Every day headlines and short views" (House of Commons, 16 November 1948).
Sounds a bit like the age we live in?? (H)
... most definitely my favourite childhood show. I fell asleep around 1:30 pm and woke up about 20 min later to find a new german man sitting beside me. I said gluten tag .. and he responded very quickly and excitedly in german, following his burst i was sad to inform him my german was not good. He of course responded that neither was his english and that was our conversation until Munich lol. I really enjoyed looking out at the german countryside while listening to ...