Deutsche Telekom Business Hotel

Address: Seidl-Kreutz-Weg 11, Ismaning, Bavaria, 85737, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Seidl-Kreutz-Weg 11, Ismaning, is near English Garden (Englischer Garten), Eisbach, Allianz Arena, and Ludwig Maximilian University.
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Travel Blogs from Ismaning

Our final day

A travel blog entry by burges on Mar 12, 2015

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... to us that initially the prisoners would have their own bed slots, but by the end they were essentially heartened onto pallets and they would actually have to synchronize when they rolled over or moved at night. She explained the "cap game" where the guards would snag the caps off of prisoners on their way to morning roll all, throw it on the grass (which was a prisoner-free zone) and hope the prisoners would go to the grass to get it so that the guards ...

Munich - Day 3

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 27, 2014

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... told the pubic as he was loved and admired by his people. When we arrived in Hohenshwangau the guide took us for a walk though the village and gave a brief history of Ludwig and his family. After that we had a 20 minute hike up the mountain to Marian bridge. The landscape was lovely but kinda steep. It was a long 20 minutes. By the time I got to the bridge I was bright red and breathing very hard....stupid cold. The bridge is across the gorge and is 90m above ...

Blisters, Buses & Beer Halls

A travel blog entry by kgbshaw on Jul 14, 2014

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... off. Before the next bus we pick up our jackets & an umbrella from the hostel. The next bus does a city loop pointing out monuments to scientists & rulers, famous buildings & Ludwig's (a king) palace & places that were used by the nazi's during WWII. The tour goes for about an hour & afterwards we wander through the old town, browse in some shops & locate the famous hofbrauhaus beer hall. We both share two different ...

Sunday in Munich

A travel blog entry by cleanslate on Jun 01, 2014

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... department stores and smaller shops. However, when I got outside, I realized that all the stores and most of the restaurants are closed on Sunday. No matter! The museums are all open, and only 1 Euro to
get in on Sunday (as opposed to 10-12 Euro during the week).

I bought a 3-day transit pass when I arrived in Munich, which, it turns out, I didn’t really need as it was easy enough to walk everywhere, so ...

Adios Barcelona, Guten tag Munich

A travel blog entry by kpgtravels on Apr 16, 2014

... Munich has to offer in one afternoon. Of course we failed miserably! But had a nice time anyway stumbling onto magnificent buildings, unexpected plazas, busy markets and some kind of protest march (not sure what for, it was all in German). We visited the famous Hofbrauhaus, the state owned giant beer hall. Very impressive. Tonight, we passed up tickets to ...