Pension Seibel

Address: Reichenbachstrasse 8, Munich, Bavaria, 80469, Germany | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Altstadt - Lehel area of Munich, is near Viktualienmarkt, Jewish Museum Munich (Judisches Museum Munchen), Museum Quarter, and August Strauss.
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    Travel Blogs from Munich

    Maximilian, Loodvik and Adolf!

    A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Apr 10, 2015

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... they started brewing almost immediately!!!!! .
    The more recent monarchy began around 1240 when the Wittelsbach Dynasty began to rule and for the next, nearly 800 years, through to 1918, the bloodline held fast. Interestingly, during the same time period, the British Monarchy changed seats between 14 different royal families. It makes you wonder just how much royal blood pumps through the veins of our current royal Brits?????. I am sure my Mum who is somewhat of ...

    Snow, sausages & sauerkraut.

    A travel blog entry by just_imagine on Jan 10, 2015

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... as there were many interactive knobs to turn or lever to pull, we ended up spending 4.5 hours there, and learnt a few things ourselves also. A very interesting afternoon.
    We decided to head back into town for a german sausage for tea and found ourselves hovering the edge of a huge demonstration for anti racism in Germany. There is a new anti immigration movement called PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the west). Many people see them as being ...

    Chasing Castles...

    A travel blog entry by mauza on Dec 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... 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. ...

    Oktoberfest and my old work

    A travel blog entry by reiseems on Sep 19, 2014

    ... had lived in, just the apartment right next door. We went to the "Wiesn", as the Bavarians call it, on Sunday. Wonderful weather, and not too crowded yet. My plan to go at least once to get hammered didn't quite work out. When we went the week after, we left the house waaay to late and it was impossible to get into any tent. So we left again pretty soon. It wasn't that important after all. Also, I got to see my old work place again, with almost all the people ...

    A taste of Germany in Munich

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 26, 2014

    77 photos

    ... is probably a good thing at their age). Caroline and I tried to provide as much context as possible, but for the most part we all listened quietly to our audio guides as we walked through the camp's courtyard, barracks, museum, gas chamber, and crematorium. It was a solemn morning.

    After spending the morning in Dachau, we drove to downtown Munich to walk around and clear our heads. We found a traditional Bavarian restaurant on one of the ...