Hotel Adria

Liebigstrasse 8a, Munich, Bavaria, 80538, Germany | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Munich

Munich, for once not just passing it!

A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Jul 24, 2014

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... here was - and probably is - money!

A nice visit, but I was happy I did not stay longer, because here, no mountains yet ;-) However, I learned that "no, you do not cross the street when the light is on red!". This is Germany! On the other hand, an amazing number of Radfahrer, bicycles all over, having their own lanes. Nice, also here the city tries to encourage people to leave their cars at home!

Munich with the Mark Family

A travel blog entry by annapengelly117 on Jun 15, 2014

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... her photo taken next to the furnace...some people have no compassion, seriously who would do that, the nazis murdered people...rant over!! The auditorium was showing a movie about Dachau, so we decided to go and watch it....lucky for me I had some tissues as I got a little emotional. I have watched documentaries in the past, but being there was a little overwhelming. Our last full day in Munich was such a busy one, we went to Marienplatz, which is a central square in Munich. ...

Munich, Germany

A travel blog entry by lisandrew on Nov 26, 2013

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... The food and beer in Munich was incredible, possibly our favorite city to eat in. We had bratwurst, potato pancakes, spaetzle, roasted chestnuts and hot mulled wine from different street vendors as we walked through the city. We also ate and drank at a few beer halls, and had great traditional meals; pork/ veal chops with potato salad, kraut, and crispy onions. Absolutely delicious! We saw all the main attractions with our good ...

Days 144-150: Germany's Black Forest & Oktoberfest

A travel blog entry by djmorton on Oct 03, 2013

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... rocks, around the waterfall, over the leaf covered paths and through the towering spruce trees (like pines). Supposedly there are squirrels in the forest but we never saw any. I think they are smarter than these 27year olds and the 5 year olds who left a trail of nuts for them to collect after dark.
Triberg is a one street town famous for its cuckoo clocks and at 150kg they also have the world's biggest cuckoo - that's one big bird. At a tiny 4 table restaurant with walls full ...

Lego and Beer

A travel blog entry by mckays2013trip on Jul 08, 2013

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Up early and into the hauptbahnhof to catch a train to Gunzberg (on the way to frankfurt - about 1 hour) here we transferred to a local bus and 10 minutes later we were at LEGOLAND. we were a little early (doesn't open until 10) so we had a bit of a wait but this meant that Sam was first into the park. It is huge and bright and there are lots of fun rides (but as Sam remarked, it is more about the lego than ...

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