Hotel Alfa Muenchen
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Good thing most everyone I meet speaks English because my 2 years of German 40 years ago wouldn't get me by, but it is useful as in Munich, menus and train schedules are in German. Bavaria, or the German Alps seems more traditional than Berlin. I have seen quite a few moslem women with their faces covered, something I did not see in Berlin, and it …
Started the day with a 3.5 hour bike tour. There were about 12-15 people. The guide told us how some bullet holes and war damage was purposely not repaired or was repaired in a way to show the difference as 'scars if memory' so that people don't forget. There are also 'stumbling stones' …
Arrived in Munich about 5:15 am. Did get some sleep on the bus. It would have been bad if the bus was fuller because there was not enough room between seats for me to sit up straight. As it was, used the entire row, even across the aisle, at various times to find comfortable positions. Did not have enough euro change to use the WC at the bus …
... the only one that was fully finished. It was highly decorated in gold throughout and very detailed. The king was a bit of a recluse preferring his own company for the most part. He spent a fair bit of time at this castle which is about an hour and a half out of Munich to the South. We stopped at a quaint little town called Oberammergau for a quick look around. The town was filled with cute little shops, plenty of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed