Vi Vadi Hotel
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... a little. I don’t feel so great about myself these days just in comparison to all the amazing people that I find myself surrounded by. Tianyi for instance is working towards her goal in the pharmaceutical field. Manuel who I have spent quite a lot of time with these past few days seems really passionate about the natural sciences especially chemistry and biology and is able to point out so many interesting facts about the randomest things. For instance when we were walking ...
... weather was snowy, windy, and cold, our group of around 20 backpackers was enthralled throughout, particularly when Ozzie described the reason why Munich's churches, the tallest buildings in the city (because of an old rule that dictated "no building could be taller than God"), had survived thousands of bombings in World War II with minimal damage. Allied air force pilots would use the churches, far and away the ...
... bed. Found nice nearby restaurant with wifi. Megs- liz has just been an ace host! Thank you! very early goodbyes to Jo. Wonder which amazing destination we will all be together next time. lunch was lovely- great base for drinking too many beers in Munich ;0) got to wombats and met Moni for a couple of warm up beers for the Oktoberfest tomorrow. ...
... 20 adolescent children got on the train. You know the old saying about how your own children are tolerable but every one else's are brats. Well, take that and multiply by 100 and add in that they are German. They were loud and obnoxious and they did not shut-up for the remaining hour and forty minutes of the trip. I knew something was wrong when the adults accompanying this group of hellions sat in ...
... castle in Europe and three million visitors see it each year. You have to have a guided tour and it is very organised, with groups going up stairs while the last group goes down etc. You get given a tour number and go through a turnstile when your number is displayed. It seemed very busy to us but we were assured it was the quiet time now.
Only a third of the rooms were completed before Ludwig died in 1886 ...
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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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