Azimut Hotel Munich City East
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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... we turned to the left and wandered past dozens and dozens of rides and food boths. In fact, there were a number of walkways that split off from the main beer hall row and took you to the opposite side of the grounds where there were more and more rides, games of chance, food booths and yes … liquor booths … Yager, prosecco, rum … you name it, they had it. And the food was ridiculous. Broiled chicken, huge brats, barbeque, mega pretzels, nuts, cotton candy and ...
... put it on the record player and blast away). I also prided myself on memorizing the Dewey Decimal system - now a useless skill. Google that one you whipper snappers! Last, I worked in the commissary. Later on, my office skills got me employment in AAFES headquarters - typing on an executive typewriter. For those of you whipper snappers, an executive typewriter had proportionally sized letters which required you to be aware of sizes of letters - an "m" ...
... and they told us no we had to leave. Yikes bad first impression. We kept walking around and eventually found an indie rock bar. They were IDing at the door and regardless of the fact that none of us looked younger than 17, they refused to let anyone in without ID. A lot of people didn't have theirs but luckily I had mine so I joined those who also came prepared inside. The music was pretty good and had both American and German songs so it was a good mix. At ...
... Don't think we'll be seeing that one any time soon. After debating whether to head to Ingolstadt to visit Audi, we decided to save that for another time. Back to Munich to figure out where we'd spend the rest of the day!
We went to the Viktualienmarkt for lunch, and ended up outside at a Biergarten - big surprise! After some indecision, we decided to go to the Botanical Gardens which are out by Nymphenburg. It's the same tram we took ...
... so people were pretty rowdy. I had some sausage with potato salad, and Scott ordered what he though was "meatloaf" only to find out that the German version of meatloaf is more similar to bologna than what we would think of. Like last night, we ordered 1 L mugs of beer with our meals. The mugs are massive, I think it would take some getting used to having one of those more than every once in awhile.