Comfort Hotel Andi Munich City Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Hotel Andi Munich City Center
This was a great place to stay. We were close to the city centre (I think). The rooms were beautiful, had tea and coffee facilities, and weren't too far away from the elevators. Breakfast in the morning was very yummy and the best way to start the day. You felt like you were staying in a luxurious hotel, without the price tag. I was on a tour group during our stay.
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Tonight we are in Munich! A city I have been looking forward to visiting. Unfortunately it is one of our one night only stops, and I'm sick. After we check into our hotel, we are dropped into the centre of old town and given a quick walking tour. We visit Marienplatz, the heart of old town square, and see the famous Glockenspiel, a giant Gothic …
... The doors are different on each and I had to contain myself or I would
have been there all day just photographing them!
The laneways and churches were
amazing! We visited St Michael's Jesuit
Church, Church of Our Lady (Catholic) and one other that we couldn't find the
name of. The architecture inside and out
was unbelievable! The artwork in some of
them was awesome and must have been worth thousands of dollars. Being Easter ...
... for us country Aussies anyway) including a surfing spot (a section of the creek which springs up from underground creating small waves... closest thing to a beach you can get in Munich), and some naked old men... turns out that the park is also a nudist park. Hmm. Although we were forewarned by Stephan, I was still not fully prepared to see a mother’s group with their half dozen young children playing not 20 meters from a very tanned and very naked 70ish ...
Munich was a whirlwind! We arrived on Friday morning and left for Salzburg on Saturday morning. We visited Dachau which was a moving experience in more way than one. After Dachau we found our cute little hotel, had a great dinner, and then went off to find the Olympic stadium (at dusk). Well we searched for a while and went through a forest and finally found the ...
... charging exorbitant prices. So, here's what we did, and it turned out to be quite a night. We roamed around the streets, taking in all the joyous spirits and finally retired for the night in the station. Yes, we slept in the station :D A different experience altogether, but with so many people doing the same, it felt like we were in a very large dormitory.
The next day we rushed to the Oktoberfest arena as early as we could. It felt like I had been ...