Edelweiss Park Villa
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Edelweiss Park Villa Munich
Travel Blogs from Munich
... like a large silver forest
2). The Reflection was a display of light on random prism shapes with paintings of events in the human history. The colour of the light changed to the rhythm of the music. It looked like something from the Vivid Festival in Sydney, or the festival should consider putting something like that on display.
After I maxed out my credit card (well, almost) at the enormous Swarovski shop at ...
... super savory and the flavors were amazing. We of course each had a tasty German beer to wash our meals down with. Portions were huge and neither of us finished our whole meal, although I probably would have if the server hadn't come and taken our plates away. I'm surprised Jonathan didn't have to roll me out of the restaurant!
Next we decided to swing by the world's most famous beer hall Hofbräuhaus. This place was absolutely insane. Every one of the massive ...
... and apparatus. He had scientists/ experts install running water, battery powered lights even the first telephone in Bavaria
King Ludwig II lived in Neuschwanstein for only 172 days before his mysterious death by drowning in the picturesque Starnberg Lake in 1886.
it was opened to the public just weeks after his death and is still attracting us!
Once again no photos inside please and our visibility outside was zilch!
... soon as the train I stepped off pulled away, the screen on the platform updated saying Muenchen, which I knew was Munich (yeah, my German was getting good!). The only remaining problem was finding my carriage, which I failed dismally! The European trains are like hundreds of metres long, and this one was only stopping for a minute or two, so I knew it'd be difficult getting to my carriage in that time. I had no idea where on the platform I should stand, so I took pot ...
... we were both really tired and still slightly hungover after our exploits the night before, so we walked back to relax at the hostel. It didn’t seem like a particularly exciting way to spend what felt like the final few hours of our trip, but we were spent. We watched some TV on the laptop and Kim had a nap, because our train home (!) wasn’t until midnight. Whilst Kim was sleeping, I carried on watching TV on the laptop and had begun to think to ...