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Very nice breakfast, location is close to subway. Room was OK.
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During the easter holidays in Greece we met a lovely German couple from Munich who suggested that we contact them when we got to Munich. We did and today we met up with Viola, Michael, their three sons, Simon, Julian and Jonathan and their friend Gero who is visiting from England. All three studied together at Munich and are ...
... English neighbours. They had been to Dachau and enjoyed it, but when they told us how much was walking outside, we felt we’d made the right decision.
Later that afternoon I had my 3rd bump (and hopefully the last one) – on stepping out of the caravan, I walked straight into the open window with my temple and eye...not a happy bunny. Think I’ll have a bit of a scar, but I got cold water on ...
... in to see it.
After the castle, we walked back down the hill through beautiful woods to the collection of hotels, shops and restaurants that serve the hoards coming to see Neuschwantein. We had lunch there, then went on to Oberammergau. It’s a very pretty town, famous not only for its passion play, but for the wall paintings on the buildings around town. We had some time there to wander around, and
We took a flight from Marrakech, Morocco to Milan. This flight was booked well in advance so we were a bit restricted with the date. The flight got us to Milan at 2pm and we decided to spend our time in the city before we boarded our City Night LIne train ...
... The Karlesplatz is a meeting point between the Ubahn, SBahn and the tram system and so it is a major junction.
Catching a tram (number N27) we were off to the museum district to go to the Alte Pinakothek, which is the Old Art Gallery, painting from the 14th to the 18th century.Of course the big draw, Albrecht Durer, a major engraver and artist from the 15th century and he lived most of his life in Nuremberg, in the state of Bavaria. The ...