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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Wetterstein Munich
Very nice breakfast, location is close to subway. Room was OK.
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... however, I wanted nothing more than warm soup in a cosy cafe that also had an enormous cake selection on display. This wonderful cafe I discovered had all of these. I tasted the best tomato soup I'd ever had and I took a long time deciding on the cake I'd have. In the end, it was an Ovaltine cheesecake that won my heart, and it was absolutely delicious.
After lunch I visited the grounds of Oktoberfest, which was an enormous area of nothing currently. Well, ...
... Next stop..
Schloss Neuschwanstein, literally New Swanstone Castle, is one of Germany’s most famous landmarks.
It is also one of the (if not the) most visited tourist sites in the country.. In summer over 6,000 daily.. Even today in the one degree freezing, mist the tourist are everywhere.
King Ludwig II was also known as the Fairytale King. If you look at the castle, you can see why that was. ...
... being Europe, and the Germans being Europeans, the shops were all closed just after dinner when we arrived. As we passed the Glockenspiel on our left, stopping to take pictures of its extravagance, we turned a corner, after almost all hope was lost, to one lone light. Could it be? It can't be... It is! A souvenir shop with about twenty people crammed into a 5x5 ft area. We raced in as if we may be able to beat the others to our outfits.
... 8217;s cold,wet and you’re in a tent” and for a moment they were silent - then off they went again. Someone else shouted out “WE CAN HEAR YOU!” but that failed to stop them. Oh well what can you do? We were up early the next morning to inspect the damage of the rain - things were damp, Rach’s pack was wet and the whole area the tents were in was a giant muddy paddock. Definitely time to leave! We had a 10am train to Salzburg to catch and ...
... some good friends, who I'm certain I'll never forget. After two liters of beer we decided to go on an adventure and find some food near the university. We found delicious fresh curry, and a healthy salad. I randomly found a local German band that was playing a show that night in Munich. We took a 15 minute train ride out side the city to see the Broadway killers. The venue was amazing, but pretty empty. It appeared the band didn't have a very good following, but they were ...