Victors Residenz-Hotel Munchen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the cool mountain air on our faces and vistas of immense rock and tree make a 2 hour drive fly right by. We zipped past pastured fields, through bucolic little towns, and up and down steep inclines, as steep as 25%. Our first stop was The Eagle's Nest in Obersalzburg, Berchtesgaden's even higher in altitude neighbour. The Eagle's Nest is a large stone cottage built atop Kehlstein mountain. It was constructed by the Nazi Party as a gift for Hitler on his 50th birthday. Sitting ...
... and gardens set out front and back. After the baroque and gilt of Ludwig's creations it is very plain inside. The Stone Hall is high light and beautiful but going into the private rooms they are much more muted and restrained.
We walk through the gardens, stop for an excellent Apfelstrudel and vanilla sauce in the Palmhous coffee shop then head to the Carriage Museum. The carriages, some of which are Ludwig's are amazing. The state coaches ...
... on the sidewalk, and for less money too. Chris had the "gormetfruhstuck" and said he loved it.
Handsome people were walking and biking past, and the sun was shining and not hot yet. We relaxed a bit and then went to find some better walking shoes for ...
Triple bonus points to our Munich hostel for having the best breakfast selection so far! It sounds like such a strange breakfast item but a salad in the morning is actually incredibly delicious when you have not had an American-esque salad in weeks and weeks. After my leafy breakfast we headed out for our bike tour around 10:15. Had to take the 20 minute tram ride into the city and then walked another 20 minutes or so to meet up with our guides. Knew from the ...
... through the years by the prisoners themselves. After the war the barracks were demolished and now only the original foundation of the barrack remains; filled with stones and with a large "numbered" concrete block at one end signifying which barrack number it was. The memorial has rebuilt two of the barracks on the first two slabs which at the time of operation were used as library, an office and a canteen. Now they are set up to represent living conditions throughout the years of ...