Maria's Inn

Address: Neufahrner Str. 5-9, Garching bei Munchen, Bavaria, 85748, Germany | B&B
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This B&B, located on Neufahrner Str. 5-9, Garching bei Munchen, is near Allianz Arena, Flugwerft Schleisheim, and Lustheim Palace (Schloss Lustheim).
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Travel Blogs from Garching bei Munchen

Day 32: Munich

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 22, 2014

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... looking ridiculously awesome decked out in German (maybe just like my German surname, I looked angelic), and headed out for the 20 minute walk to meet Nikita and Alissa at their hostel. At around 11am I arrived at the hostel, where Alissa met me at reception and took me up to where the rest of their crew were finishing getting ready. Actually, they pretty much were all ready, but we did need to get a heap of photos because we all looked awesome! There was Nikita ...


A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Jul 11, 2014

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... amounts of Beer and large amounts of pork what could be better!! The next day we walked the city and did a little shopping. That night we went to another beer hall for possibly the craziest game of "football" ever! Germany beat Brazil 7-1, the beer hall went crazy, and so did the streets! The next day was a little change of pace, we did a tour of the Dachau concentration camp. Left us with a feeling ...


A travel blog entry by drapanosfroggie on May 16, 2014

Victor wanted to make me a surprise! He only told me it was at a distance of 200 km. I guessed pretty quickly. First we stopped at the commercial center Gigli so that Victor could say hello to his colleagues from Apple. In this mall, I got a dress from Desingual! Very happy! My second dress as the first one was the day before in Mantova at the market. Firenze is fantastic, il duomo is a pure beauty! There are so many things to see, really ...

Dachau Concentration camp

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jan 31, 2014

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... The sculptures were incredible. Some people who had spent time in Dachau created sculptures that remain in the camp today. One is all black, with people, skin and bones. You could see their ribs and cheek bones. They were mangled, in various shapes. This sculpture was meant to represent the suicides commited every single day from running into the electric fence.

Things got very real in the bunker. ...

Munich and Dachau

A travel blog entry by mkoplin on Oct 25, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... 1933 to 1945.  As trains dispatched thousands of victims to the camp, the townsfolk maintained houses, rode bicycles, raised families and ran businesses in the town.  Just outside the gates of the camp we found Greek, Sushi and Burger King restaurants.  What were they called during the war, when the SS left their offices for dinner? Our guided tour took us through the entrance gate where the ironwork stated, "Arbeiit Macht Frei" (translated: "Work ...