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MunichTuesday morning we visited the Salt Mines, just outside of town with our preferred
Krakow guide, Janus who again whizzed through the narrow country road, passing by slower cars on narrow spaces but overall, safely (we are still alive). The Salt Mines are Poland's oldest tourist attraction drawing …
Hi yall (as our Texan friends would say),
Just thought I would post an update while Michael is out getting his fourth (!!!!!) German sausage for today, I think he is storing them in case the Suisse don't know how to cook meat well enough. hehe. Anyway, we have had the best week ever!!! We have been out of the hotel at eight each day and …
Thought I would touch base and let everyone know we are safe and sound! In true M&M form we were suitably confused about what day it was when we got here, however quickly found out from the tourist desk that this is quite normal... how unnatural is flying back in time??!!!! oh my goodness!!
Anyway, the long short …
Friday Sept 17th
Our french class went to the local market so that Mary ann could show us a little about produce in france. I was just happy I found the goat cheese specialist :) After that we had a sketching trip in Paris which consisted of us doing quick 20 min sketches with charcoal and pencil. We sketched______(I should know the name) …
... only King for a short time, has left such a large historical legacy!
First stop after two hours bus drive through the heavy snow laden counrtryside was "Linderhof" castle.It is the smallest of the three palaces built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria and the only one which he lived to see completed.( King Ludwig born 1845) became king in 1864(at age 18) and by 1874 -1886 he had the castle rebuilt, inspired by the french ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVi Vadi Hotel Munich
Centrally located, two blocks from the Hauptbonhoff. Close to all kinds of places one can get to by foot. In addition, Munich's underground is awesome, criss crossing the entire city. Vi Vadi will get our business when we return to this magnificent city.
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