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What do you think of our 10 day itenerary to Germany &Prague?

What do you think of our 10 day itenerary to Germany &Prague?

Old Jul 21st, 1998, 07:59 PM
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deepa
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So many people have mentioned the Hotel Ulhand at Munich. I was wondering if anyone has their email address or telephone number.

Thanks
Deepa
 
Old Jul 21st, 1998, 08:37 PM
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Rohit Sobti
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Hey all,

I'm Deepa's husband and I wanted to thank all of you for the interest you have shown in our vacation. Deepa calls me every time she reads a new post and we can't believe how many great people are out there. Thanks folks.

Rohit
 
Old Aug 5th, 1998, 09:45 AM
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Rob
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Need assitance:
I made some reservations for Sept 11,12,13th and forgot the name of the place. Hotel Diplomat gave the name since they were booked. It's an apartment phone 302-2326. The persom whom I spoke to was to fax me directions and details, If anyone in Prauge reads this and can call the him I would appreciate the address and name of the place
thanks
Rob
 
Old Aug 5th, 1998, 04:13 PM
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Lori
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If people are voting to skip Frankfurt (I agree) I also vote to bypass Hiedelberg. There are too many other towns that are not so commercialized. We really love Fusssen. The shopping is great. If you are planning to stay in the area I highly recommend Burghotel Falkenstein in Pfronten. It is on the tip-top of the alps overhanging the Austrian borderpost. I would not stay there on Thursday night because the restaurant is not open Thursdays all the time and it would be such a shame to miss Tony's talents as a chef and host. He and his wife Herta were such gracious people and their children were delightful. If you e-mail me I can give you their phone, e-mail address,etc. We are booking another trip to Oktoberfest just so we can stay at their hotel. It shares the same mountaintop as the ruins of Falkenstein castle...which was to be Ludwig's most fanciful castle yet, his traumschloss.
Also if you are staying around Munich, we really love the Braurerie in Aying about 12k se of Munich. The rooms, food, and of course the beer are all first rate. One last note, a town I think people really overlook is Bamberg. I find it just enchanting and the people are so nice.
Lori
 
Old Aug 5th, 1998, 05:23 PM
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judy
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Information about Hotel Uhland can be found at
http://www.munich-online.de/uhland

tele. 49-89-543350

This is within a block of Theresienplatz (or something like that) where the Oktoberfest is held; it's about 1 or 2 easy blocks from a subway from which you can travel all over Munich.
 

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