Hotel Bayernland

Address: Bayerstrasse 77, Munich, Bavaria, 80335, Germany | Hotel
 
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Reviewed by claudiacfavre

Best, biggest breakfast in Munich

Reviewed Jun 28, 2013
by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

Hotel Bayernland is conveniently located near the main train station. You can walk anywhere from there. The room was nice and the breakfast was beyond incredible!

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Travel Blogs from Munich

Sightseeing in Munich

A travel blog entry by claudiacfavre on Jun 28, 2013

7 photos

We had a couple days to do more sightseeing in Munich. Our family came back down to meet us again for a nice dinner and drinks. Here's a few fun things you've got to do when you visit Munich:


Glockenspiel in the Marienplatz- this is on the cover of all guidebooks... so fun to see. I love the tradition. Get there at 11 am, 12 pm, or 5 …

This is how we do Christmas Eve

A travel blog entry by katierobinson on Dec 24, 2014

47 photos

... asked "Nuremberg?" He said yes and we got on and flopped down into our seats. The train started moving 10 seconds after we stepped onboard. Success! Might I mention than I did that run in snow boots and Jonathan was wearing a backpack... track stars much? Even though the laundromat was in the exact opposite direction as our hotel from the train station we decided it would be smart to check it out before going all the way home, grabbing our clothes, and then walking ...

Prost for Oktoberfest

A travel blog entry by moirsbetripin on Sep 25, 2014

5 photos

... the opulent lifestyle this king must of lived. Intricate gold leaf detail on every wall and ceiling, increadible paintings everywhere in the huge rooms, with all of the gaudy furniture, including his throne, still preserved there.

Next was Neuschwanstein castle, equally as indulgent, but massive. Aparently it took 15 years to build before it was habitable, then King Ludwig only lived there for about ...

Day 31 - Munich

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 17, 2014

41 photos

... a valid word about the punishments and one can understand why the rich were not liked too much.

We then travelled onto Rothenberg, which we reached an hour later and we had 4 hours of free time here.

Rothenberg is located on a plateau overlooking the Tauber River with a population of some 11,000. The town came about into being about 950AD when the Count of Comburg-Rothenburg constructed the weir system. Over the years the town has had a very ...

Goodbye Netherlands, Hello Germany

A travel blog entry by boval on Oct 01, 2013

2 comments, 103 photos

... city, just a kilometre up the road, into the tunnel which takes us under the water and town is on the other side.  Going through the tunnel was certainly different.  The escalators taking us down to the tunnel felt like they were hundreds of years old, as they made loud cranky noises and even had the smell of an old, oily and antiquated piece of machinery.  Cyclists mixed with pedestrians shared the walkway through to the other side, and was hard to imagine the volume ...