Comfort Hotel Muenchen Ost
Travel Blogs from Munich
... approached way too quickly for both Cheska and I. It was a bit of a struggle for us to wake up after the mix of beers we had drank the previous night, but it was a good thing we forced ourselves to, because it was so worth it.
It is still so crazy to me that we can just hop on a train for an hour and a half and wind up in this different country, with totally different landscape and scenery. After arriving in Salzburg, we took another bus to the nearby Untersberg ...
... was well-placed (if not a little cringe worthy in places). Smaug is an awesome looking dragon!
It was a long long haul, but I was very proud of myself for not going to the toilet halfway through.
We travelled illegally (with no tickets) on the trains back home. We are ‘rebels with a cause’ as Joanna’s parents would like to say. The cause…to save as much money as ...
After arriving in Munich we made our way out to our accommodation which was located 15min out of the its centre by tram. The place was called "The Tent" and was lmore like a semi-hippie commune. Three massive tents set up in the botanical gardens (one of which slept 150 people!) with group meals area, a camp kitchen and a central bonfire which was a great place to meet fellow travellers. Arriving at around 4:30pm we decided to set up our beds and head ...
... there was space for us. We each had a different type of a traditional German dish. I had Pork on the knuckle with a potato dumpling, which was really good and reasonably priced. We each also had a liter of beer, for about 5 euros. This was a much better deal than what we had in Berlin, and the beer was great too. One thing I'm really going to miss about Germany and the Czech Republic is the really cheap and high quality beer. ...
... sections. Kyle LOVED the model ships and now wants to build some at home. There was a large collection of air and space technology that was pretty awesome. We also spent time in the motors/engines and machinery section, mining section (recommended by the ticket taker when we asked him "what’s the coolest part"), physics, electricity, optics, Alta Mira cave, and glass blowing. We bought a little glass lobster from the glass ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center