Derag Livinghotel Karl Theodor

Address: Paschstrasse 46, Munich, Bavaria, 80637, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Neuhausen - Nymphenburg area of Munich, is near Olympiapark, Theresienwiese, Sea Life Munich, and Buchheim Museum.
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    A travel blog entry by snows on Aug 03, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... Plan helped them rebuild their buildings and then they put the original furnishings back in. On an evening tour, we ate several local foods and tried their local beers. We really enjoyed the Dunkleweiss accompanied by pretzel and sweet mustard in Chinese tower beer garden. The local waitresses can carry 6 or more full steins in each hand. At a practice table, Sean barely held 4 fake-beef steins in one hand (see pic). Sat - We went out on our own for a bike ...

    Munich and Dachau

    A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 12, 2015

    7 photos

    ... the first concentration camp built by the Nazis. We saw the bunkers the prisoners stayed in - with five times more occupants than the buildings were designed for. We walked to see the creamatorium, the gas chamber, and the clothing disinfecting rooms. There is no proof that the gas chamber was actually used at this camp, but it could have been. We saw the Protestant, Catholic and Jewish chapels that were added later. We saw a film ...

    Starkbierfest: Munich, Germany

    A travel blog entry by amystruck on Mar 16, 2015

    4 comments, 32 photos

    ... criminals, among many other groups which were targeted by the Nazis. As I wrote earlier, it was not a death camp, but many did die there, and by the end of the war, it evolved into more of a death camp with 32,000 documented deaths and many undocumented. It was finally liberated by the United States in April of 1945. Part of the grounds was a museum which gave a lot of information about what went on in the camps, the people that ran them, as ...

    Oktoberfest; the bits I remember

    A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Sep 24, 2014

    16 photos

    ... We get into some awesome discussions, cover where everyone is from, what they love about Oktoberfest and I continually give kudos to them for their hospitality, I thank them for speaking English around me, insisting they don't have to. We're joined by two randoms over the next few hours. All of a sudden come 6 o'clock I get up and leave, waving goodbye to everyone, Tina blows me a kiss. I had in my mind for some reason decided that the 18:30 shuttle back to the ...

    Horse Teeth

    A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 06, 2014

    ... where The cast of The Sound of Music stood so many years ago! I purchased a small bottle of holy water from a donation spot and thought the bottle looked really familiar. I didn't realize until later on that the holy water was actually in a small Jaegermeister bottle. That's my kind of church! Our tour guide informed us that we had to try the local apple strudel, so I gracefully complied. SO GOOD! I almost had to lick the plate clean (story of my life). ...