Arcadia Hotel Landsberg
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Munich's Inner city. We parted ways with Hannah before getting home.
We relaxed at home for awhile before heading to the English beer garden since we had heard it was beautiful, on the way we past a pianist playing a white grand piano in the middle of poets garden, people were sat in the covered concrete gazebo listening to him play but we didn't stop. We found the gardens and wanted to find the artificial waves that brought surfers into the garden, we thought it ...
We woke this morning to another day of stunning sunshine and decided to go for a walk around the city of Munich before our flight later this evening. A lot of snow had fallen overnight so we found ourselves in an urban winter wonderland! Our first and main stop was at the English Gardens. There's a very fast flowing canal through the gardens with a manufactured wave area that attracts SURFERS!! Yep, in the middle of a park ...
... Nuremberg?" He said yes and we got on and flopped down into our seats. The train started moving 10 seconds after we stepped onboard. Success! Might I mention that I did that run in snow boots and Jonathan was wearing a backpack... track stars much?
Even though the laundromat was in the exact opposite direction as our hotel from the train station we decided it would be smart to check it out before going all the way home, grabbing our clothes, and then walking back ...
... are two castles in this little village. The Hohenshwangau castle, the original home of the Bavarian royalty, and Neuschwanstein castle built by the "mad king" Ludwig II. In 1864 Ludwig inherited the throne at the ripe old age of 18, from his sickly father. Not having much life experience, he generally left the running of the state to his ministers while he pursued the arts. He never married, despite pressure to produce a royal heir, probably because he was gay. Obviously ...
AM - Went for a run in Theresienwiese Park near our hotel, it's the site of the Oktoberfest. There is a giant stature of the goddess Bavaria outside a Hall of Fame, Rudolf Diesel was one name I knew in there. Went to mass nearby in St Paul's Church at 11am. PM - Walked into the city, oh for my bike, everyone ...