Hotel Alfa Muenchen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... lady in the whole entire place. I circled around the lawns and came across a few black squirrels. They were smaller and had some cute little fur coming out of their ears but were just as fast and as skittish as the ones in the US. I came home to find Lori already there and ready to start dinner. We stayed in on this night and made some snowflakes with newspaper and watched Charlie Brown Christmas episodes. The next day Lori had to work so we didn’t want to go out. We also had ...
... from the hotel. The food was okay but the company was great. We laughed and thoroughly enjoyed each other's company. What a great group of people. It will be very sad to say goodbye to Ilona and Tibor. They were both exceptional and we will miss them. 55357; We met our new tour director for our cruise. Her name is Suzanna. Look out Suzanna we are on our ...
... would be some cheese sauce but that didn't seem to be a thing.
After the beer garden we wandered around and saw all of the tents and got a lay of the land. Then we went on Olympia Looping which was a roller coaster that has 5 loops where you go upside down. It was super fun and I was glad that the guy we were with waited until after we went to tell me that it is one of the oldest working roller coasters in the world. Then we went into this other area ...
... is one of the techiest in the car arena. And many probably don’t know but we were BMW owners once when we lived in Hawaii. We had a 1989 325i convertible that we rehabbed with a new roof. It was a manual transmission and we had a blast on the island with it. So after reading positive reviews of the BMW experience in Munich off we went.
BMW Welt was first. This is where all of the current models are on display of BMW, Mini, and Rolls Royce ...
... My favorite part had to be the small chapel for the relics. This was an elaborate room, with some beautiful and intricate gold work. Not really sure about their actual relics though. John the Baptist's head...how do you know?! One of the major peeves against the Catholic rules before the reformation... I also really liked the courtyards. Did you know the Residenz has 10?! I guess the Electors and Dukes weren't happy, ...