Pension Lindner

Dultstrasse 1, Munich, Bavaria, 80331, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Altstadt - Lehel area of Munich, is near Munich Municipal Museum (Munchener Stadtmuseum), Altes Hackerhaus, Aying Brewery, and Haidhausen.
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    Travel Blogs from Munich

    Munich - we have arrived (and there's sunshine!!)

    A travel blog entry by upthecreek on Dec 13, 2013

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    Once again we packed our bags and headed for the train station.
    It's only 1hr 20 min from Nürnberg to Munich and funnily enough we ended up in a compartment with 2 other Aussies... Reminded me of Mum and Roger.
    The lady told us the reason our train was diverted to Fürth the other day.... A construction site at the station had stumbled …

    A taste of Germany in Munich

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... to end. Pretty cool. Unfortunately, we were not allowed to take any pictures in the factory. We were all starving after the tour ended, so we grabbed a quick Chinese buffet lunch in the Olympic Park before heading back to our apartment. Later that evening, we managed to find a nearby theater that played movies in English (unlike the French, Germans enjoy movies in their original language and don't mind subtitles), so we took the kids to see "How ...

    Hofbrau Haus!

    A travel blog entry by lupah on Jun 20, 2013

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    ... kitchen! The bier garten was pretty cool though – it was huge and completely packed with picnic tables full of people eating various types of wurst, chicken and massive pretzels and drinking large steins (or a 'mas’) of beer. They only had one size for beer – 1L. That was about the standard in Munich. After a good meal of curry wurst for me and a quarter chicken for Luke, a couple steins and large pretzels, we headed ...

    So much for German efficiency...

    A travel blog entry by conayuk on Feb 15, 2013


    ... She spoke to us about the architecture, but none of us really cared. It's almost the same as going out on a tour of London and instead of seeing Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace or the Houses of Parliament, you are taken around Surrey Quays.

    We did manage to fit in a few useful sights into our tour, the Munich justice buildings, the site of the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch and the place where Hitler was photographed celebrating the proclamation ...


    A travel blog entry by jpokusa on Sep 07, 2012

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    Woke up at 5am this morning. Not easy getting use to this seven hour difference. So I decided to take advantage of it and make a trip to Nuremberg. First stop was the large nazi document center. Everything was in German but they providedI an english audio headset thankfully. It took 3 hours to see everything I had to skip some things. That place really makes you hate nazis. ...