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 Divestyle.
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      Munich markets

      A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Dec 15, 2014

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      ... containing similar things to what we had seen elsewhere, we tried a blueberry gluhwein, which was different but also good. It was a bit wet and cold, so afterwards we wandered over to the wave at the Englisher Garden and watched the surfers for a bit and had a coffee.

      After coffee we went to Marienplatz to cruise the main markets there, closely looking at Nutcracker decorations and glass candles. Kate, ...

      Can I Yodel for You?

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... by the way) than we saw an elderly woman looking for a place to sit. A couple folks shook their heads and when she passed by our table we invited her to join us. What a treat. She spoke wonderful English, was in her late 70s, had pefect posture and appeared to be in better shape than most people I know. She told us she likes to come to the soup place once a week and usually walks to the market. She told us she used to ride a bicycle but hurt her arm and can no longer ride. ...

      Day 32 - Munich

      A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... marble, presented by Mussolini, which was damaged by Allied soldiers chipping off pieces to take home as souvenirs.

      Hitler only visited the Eagles Nest some 10 – 13 occasions and then only for short periods of time because he believed the location was not secure enough for him. It was wide open to air attack, although strangely enough, it survived the war.

      The Eagles Nest was captured in April 1945 and was subsequently used by ...

      A taste of Germany in Munich

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Day 34: Bikes and Beer

      A travel blog entry by flahivemo on Jun 08, 2014

      ... I drank it all.

      After an amazing lunch at the beer garden we rode our bikes back to the shop where we said goodbye to our wonderful tour guides. We headed back to the hotel and I took a quick power nap before getting ready. We had dinner at the famous Hofbräuhaus, which was such a cool experience. The food was nothing amazing but it was definitely a lot more about the atmosphere. Every 10-15 minutes the band would play some song, and everyone would ...