Azimut Hotel Munich City East
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAzimut Hotel Munich City East
arrived late night, asked 299 for the room, agrred finally at 189+10EUR car parking. room clean, stuff friendly...
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... thus creating an atmosphere where a destructively xenophobic party like the NSDAP (Nazi Party) could come to power.
Again, many of these ideas and concepts I will come back to in the future as I continue my journey through Germany. But as today acted as a reintroduction to the city of Munich and the NSDAP for me, I was hoping to introduce it to you as well.
So to wrap things up, ...
... the famous haufbrau hous (pretty sure I spelt it wrong) which is a very large beer hall and a wall that used to feature a nazi tribute during Hitlers time in power where the people were forced to salute or be beaten, and the alley way just before it that people would take to avoid saluting. There were a few other sites as well and the tour was really really great, and I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone travelling to Munich. The next day I ...
... so had to drag my far too heavy suitcase up a long flight of steps :(
At the top of the steps we could easily see our hotel, the Torbrau, which is apparently the oldest hotel in central Munich. We checked in and were very happy with our rooms, they were small but beautifully appointed.
My review on Trip Advisor can be found here:
Woke to another lovely day in Switzerland and went to bed in Germany. Today saw us start in Switzerland, pass through Lichtenstein, onto Austria and finishing in Germany. Now the wee map shows this as a straight line from Lucerne to Munich but we passed through Vaduz and Innsbruck which you can see on the map.
We started the day with an amazing visit to a Swiss farm not that far out of Lucerne. We travelled over an ever narrowing, ...
Next stop on our tour of awesome and we were back in Germany again to see the highly spoken about Munich! Between Munich and Prague we passed the German concentration camp of Dachu. We stopped for a few hours to look around and go through the museum they had there. It was a very sobering experience and we didn't really want to take any photos. One of the bits I found interesting was how well the Nazis spun the idea of reformation camps rather than concentration camps and they ...