Arcadia Hotel Landsberg
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... fake waves for the actual ocean and she would have blended in perfectly at Bondi! There were picture perfect clearings where white snow stretched on for hundreds of meters to a rotunda in the distance. The snow was shin deep, but this didn't deter the dozens of dogs and their owners from running and chasing and frolicking in it! Some dogs would shove their whole face into the snow to pick up their tennis balls, which had ...
... building full of water. If a fire ever started workers simply had to turn taps on to sprinkle the water over the fire.
During one winter performance, the building caught fire. However it was so cold that the water had frozen over, so nothing came out the taps. They tried to pump water from the river nearby, but had the same problem. So how did they put the fire out? In true Bavarian style, with beer!
The statue in front of the building is of Maximilian, however ...
... an ice cream cone. I walked up to him and politely asked where he got his treat, and not only did he tell me the name of the place, he took us to the shop himself and got a second scoop. Apparently it was something he got every day as he walked through town on his way home from work. The ice cream shop founder is supposed to be a well-known confectionary maker in Germany and he told us a bit about ...
... have a special ambiance. A progressive city without a doubt, it is also the place to find the best known German stereotypes - huge beer halls, traditional German "oompah" bands and people wearing lederhosen. Fascinating and likable, Munich is the perfect German city to visit if you want to experience the old and new. Without a doubt it is easy to understand why internationally it is considered a city where past meets the present and future.
... sandwiches for breakfast - with butter, cheese, Bavarian lunch meats and fresh cucumber slices.
We head back to the S-bahn arriving at Marienplatz. We are in time to mill around the square before the Glockenspiel (carillon) begins. While we are waiting, for the first time, I actually notice the gargoyles on the Neues Rathaus. Quite amazing.
Finally the moment arrives to watch the Glockenspiel! The ...