Hotel Blutenburg

Verdistrasse 130, Munich, Bavaria, 81247, Germany | Hotel
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Willkommen in München

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons


... at this moment - I will work to figure it out for you) which essentially means that familiar ideas and traditions can be converted in ways that are modern and beneficial to society, or they be perverted into backwards and horrific ideologies. An easy example of this is the distribution of photographs of Hitler with children. Traditionally a man photographed with a boy leads one to believe that that individual ...

Bavarian excess

A travel blog entry by jessgurn


... potatoes I've eaten. The waiter I had was fabulous. Upon hearing I'd be eating alone I was escorted arm in arm to a table and had exceptional service. Straight back to the hostel after that to die from over eating.

The next morning there was advertised a free walking tour starting at the very reasonable hour of 10:40. The tour was lead by an Aussie from Perth and he was excellent. The tour lasted 3 hours and was fantastically entertaining ...

The City & Markets

A travel blog entry by fergalicious


DAY 1: Our first day was spent on a guided tour to the Munich city center. We saw a lot of historical sites, a giant cuckoo clock (Glockenspeil), and the Christmas Markets (Christkindlmarkt). We also ate at the famous Hofbrauhaus and sampled the German beer and ...

Germany, Austria, Italy

A travel blog entry by livesnake


... both castles from our balcony.

Saturday, October 5

In spite of the rain, half of Germany accompanied us on our tours of the castles! (Our timing of a weekend probably was not helpful!) The first castle, Hohenschwangau, belonged to King Maximillian, and is the older, more historic one. These were used primarily ...


A travel blog entry by mikeraph


... music! Each of the large beer tents had a big live band continuously performing, providing a rollicking soundtrack to the day. German songs, English songs, folk songs, popular songs. And, how could I leave this out: the beers! So big and so tasty.

So, on the first night I was at the Hacker-Pschorr tent with Luisa and her family (mum, grandparents, sister, and miscellaneous Germanic friends). After trying to apologise in German for my late arrival, I got in to the ...


This hotel, located in the Pasing - Obermenzing area of Munich, is near Nymphenburg Palace (Schloss Nymphenburg), Munich Botanischer Garten (Botanic Garden), Theatinerkirche St. Kajetan, and Blutenburg Castle.
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