Hotel Am Moosfeld
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Am Moosfeld Munich
When we arrived we were told that our booking was for a twin not double- extra 30 Euro per night. Non negotiable. They say it happens all the time. If this is true then perhaps they need to change something.
Rooms are basic.
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Our flights are over now for a few weeks Time taken -30 hrs door to door ( thanks ff) Flight time- 20 hrs Movies watched - 7 and 51/2 TV shows Time in a chair- 17 hrs Time laying down in plane - 3hrs Clubs visited - 2 Countries visited -3. ( albeit the airports) Noteable- huge difference between the arid desert landscape and dry sandy haze of the …
... dreams with their stupid speed dating game, I don't mind the idea for a normal tour but for a ******* festival where you'll never see these people again? I am sick of asking people questions I don't give a **** about the answers to, honestly. With Ganzer and Jack sitting behind me, every person that moves forward into my seat has already got my life story from them so please let me go to sleep now.
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... and got some food. We ordered 2 pork knuckles between the 3 of us and had some more beer. I was smart and sat in the middle so demolished both knuckles! There was this cool potato with the meat and it was like a mix between a baked potato and mashed potato! It was amazing! The rest of the night was a very big blur but it was an amazing first day and we were all in love with Octoberfest ...
... which included wars, plague and politics.
Rothenberg held a special significance for Nazi ideologists. For them, it was the epitome of the German 'Home Town', representing all that was quintessentially German. Throughout the 1930s the Nazi organisation organised trips to Rothenberg and this initiative was staunchly supported by Rothenberg’s citizenry, many of whom were sympathetic to National Socialism – both for its perceived economic benefits ...
... Gero currently lecturing at Durham University. Viola has just completed her Phd. Not only in Statistics but written and published in English! Congratulations Viola! These lovely people treated us to a wonderful tour of the major sights in Munich centre including Odeonsplatz, the Neues Rathaus, the Frauenkirche, the Biergarten in ...