Edelweiss Park Villa

Address: Hintermeierstrasse 1, Munich, Bavaria, 80999, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Allach - Untermenzing area of Munich, is near Nymphenburg Palace (Schloss Nymphenburg), Munich Botanischer Garten (Botanic Garden), Theatinerkirche St. Kajetan, and Blutenburg Castle.
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Days 3,4, & 5 - Bruges to Brussels to Den Haag

A travel blog entry by aidsyford on Dec 29, 2014

... In 1956, Brussels hosted the first Worlds Fair after World War II, and so northwest of the main city, there is a whole park are devoted to the buildings built for and used in that celebration. The pinnacle is the Atomium, a 200ft structure modeled after the crystal structure of iron. The huge spheres representing iron atoms hold exhibits and viewing platforms that allow for a panoramic view of all the pavilions and palaces in the area. One of ...


A travel blog entry by joshdrewmadrid on Sep 25, 2014

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... It was extremely hard to find a table but eventually a waitress grabbed me and pulled me into an open spot at standing tables, where the three of us got our first Oktoberfest beers! Each beer is 10 euros, which sounds crazy expensive until you realize that each beer is one liter and contains about twice the alcohol content as U.S. beers. We quickly made friends with the other people at the table (on one side were Americans and the other Brazilians) and started drinking. ...


A travel blog entry by sheremy on Sep 22, 2014

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... you were told! Thankfully no one at our table decided to show off their skills! At the table next to us there was a proposal!! This got the entire tent so excited - it was sooo cute, there was tears laughter and music! Was awesome to be so close to the action!! As the afternoon turned into the evening the orderly tent turned into what I can only describe as carnage - amazing carnage however! It was time to check out the amazingness of what was ...


A travel blog entry by katykerr on Aug 11, 2014

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... in Munich we went to the concentration camp in Dachau. This was the "model" concentration camp for the many that were to follow. It was potentially one of the most bizarre feelings being there. You walk into this "site" with the impression that it is going to be all dark and gloomy and morbid, but the truth of the matter is that it is summer and it was hot and sunny with blue sky and lovely gardens surrounding us. We then ...

More Palaces?

A travel blog entry by mark_robyn on May 27, 2014

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... of Munich. Reconstruction occurred after the war and was completed during the 1980's, some rooms were not rebuilt to their original look. The Bavarian Monarchy ended in 1918 with the German Revolution as WW I was nearing a close. The reconstruction work that has been done is very impressive and there were many works of art that survived the war that are placed in ...