Comfort Hotel Muenchen Ost
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Travel Blogs from Munich
This morning we left Austria after a delicious breakfast of pancakes and croissants - they really like their carbs here. We headed for Germany this morning where our first stop was the Dachan concentration camp. It was a very somber morning but but an amazing thing to experience and see first hand. The feeling there is hard to describe. It was a …
... is one of the world’s largest urban parks. Of particular interest beyond the beauty of the greenery was a section of the Eisbach, an artificaial stream that runs through the park, where there is a standing wave that local surfers ride while surrounded by entertained tourists. Further up the path we went we came across another part of the stream with a slightly slower current that seemed to be the place that newbies started out before moving to the ...
... that I happened to be in town the last week of the festival. So, I did that. I had been well prepared by SF to navigate the UBahn system, so it was a piece of cake to find my way around. My evening had me take advantage of the little balcony off my room and a nice bottle of red wine from the neighbouring cafe. I had made the decision that evening that I would visit the KZ - ...
... it. Nec minute a brown Adam (naked man) strolls past and relieves himself on a tree. OK, surely he could have gone behind it? In our eye view alone (the bit we first looked at) there must have been a thousand people or more. It is a huge park, bigger than Central Park (USA) and one of the biggest in the world.
The Isar river winds through the park as well as a couple of streams - one called the Ice stream and the other the ...
... strike up a conversation with a random stranger. But, I've got to challenge myself, step out of my comfort zone! On my last day in Munich, I went down to the river that runs through the city, the Isar. There were people sitting on the banks, and so I joined them! I put my feet in the ice cold water, read my book, fell asleep under the sun, woke up a few hours later and walked back. What a nice afternoon that was. So relaxing! My bus to Prague left at one in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed