Derag Livinghotel Max Emanuel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Derag Livinghotel Max Emanuel Munich
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... The walk UP to the castle I wouldn't advise to do every day.... It was a hike! But we made it (all right Bryan easier than me....) We actually left Munich on a train and then a bus to the beginning of the walk uphill to the castle. Beautiful countryside in this par of the world! Another long day.... And we crashed into ...
... Germans do their beer chants. Randomly throughout our meal a table would start yelling a song and soon the entire place would join in. My food here was very good. I had my own plate of Spatzel this time and pretzel number 4. This one was bigger than my head!
On Sunday we decided to go see the Olympic grounds from the 1972 summer Olympics. It was interesting to see what Olympic facilities look like and what is done to them years after an Olympics. It actually wasn't ...
... that felt like they would topple down at any second, and unappealing green carpet. When it comes down to it, those are just frivolous materialistic things; what matters most is having a roof to keep me dry, warmth at night, and a great roommate to come home to every day. It’s strange to think that if I saw the flat before I got to London, it probably would have affected my opinion in wanting to even go there. I didn’t get that chance though so I had to take what I ...
... in the vicinity of the main square. They were really cool and we got some good photos and some yummy snacks from the market.
We ended up a little early to the hostel but sat and had our snacks and some beers as everyone filtered in. Kelly, Shaun and Alice turned up then Glenn and Kat and Kelly's flat mate Jen. Rachel didn't get in until way later on as she had taken the cheap scenic route to with 3 or 4 stop overs. A few of the girls went up stairs to have a ...
... the gingerbread hearts at the Salzburg Octoberfest celebrations. I had read that folks buy hearts for one another and wear the hearts around their necks throughout the celebrations. The hearts are decorated with icing inscriptions in German that conveyed one sentiment or another. “I Love You” seemed to be the most popular, but there were others that simply declarted “I Like You” or “Octoberfest”. We didn't understand why the whole ...