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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      It's Always Beer O'Clock Here

      A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Oct 24, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... weeks ago, but they are still in the process of dismantling the enormous tents. To see the huge, vacant skeletons of these tents was an intriguing juxtaposition of the crowded, chaotic Oktoberfest scenes most tourists see.

      So it's been a long day, with far too much alcohol, and we are heading to bed early so we can be up before 6am to catch a train to visit Mad Ludwig's Castle tomorrow morning!


      Days 13 & 14 - Berchtesgaden & Munich

      A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 27, 2014

      28 photos

      ... and pork tenderloin were delicious enough to make us less bitter. We paid our bill and resigned ourselves to not getting the view we hoped for. Before we left we decided to do as we saw other patrons do, which was climb up some rocks to view the Eagle's Nest from an observation post. When we got up there though, we found a trail that was hidden to us by the clouds, and that continued into the alps. We followed the trail for a time and discovered that there was in fact a ...

      All things old and new

      A travel blog entry by dorothy73 on Sep 04, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      Decided to heed Cheryl's suggestion and caught the train to the BMW complex. This vast complex has been home to the BMW factory since 1920 and has four components - the headquarters, the factory, the showroom (called the BMW Welt) and the BMW Museum. The Welt building (cloud-shaped, glass and steel masterpiece with an apparently floating roof structure) is free to visit and is filled with exhibits of ...

      Dachau and Hofbrauhaus

      A travel blog entry by pcann_pie on Aug 07, 2014

      ... thing that I learned here is that Hitler actually never visited any of the camps. There were two types of camps: Labor camps( Dachau) and Dwath Camps (such as Auschwitz).
      This place was a crazy place to be, and I could just imagine everything that went on here.

      For dinner, we had a group dinner at the Hofbrauhaus in Munich, which is a symbolic beer hall in Germany that has a "medieval times" feel to it, but German at the dame ...

      Oktoberfest, round 2

      A travel blog entry by brycesimpson on Sep 22, 2013

      3 photos

      ... of stupidity. So this time as we sat at the Augustiner tent with Show and the crew I did the one thing that would have prevented my spiral dive into the depths of demise from occurring yesterday... I had lunch. A whole big hearty pork knuckle. It flew to my table with a big red cape flowing from it's shoulder. "But where were you yesterday Super Pork Knuckle? Where were you when I needed you most? You could have saved me?" There was no response. So I devoured him, bone and ...