Eurostars Grand Central
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEurostars Grand Central Munich
Good room. Quiet. Good position. Helpful staff. Great g&t. Not so good choice of bar food. Reasonable breakfast.
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We set out today to Dachau after seeing some of our fellow Esperancites off at breakfast. We decided(I mean me but was being polite) to take the s2 train and bus so off to Hauptbahnhof we went full of trepidation but with iPhone app in hand. All went swimmingly with a fast 10 minute trip out to dachau station and then a connecting bus to the …
... is filtered. It was quite bitter! We were making good time, so we visited Dachau today before checking in at the hotel (which also meant we'd have time to have some cheeky surprises the next day). Dachau feels very 'dark'. There is an enormous amount of things to see and read. It would be easy to get really emotional here. Dachau was the first concentration camp and also the last one to be closed. Despite it not being a death camp, there were ...
... I was wrong. We spent the next hour trekking round various hostels before finally beginning the tour in Marienplatz, the main square in Munich.
We started by watching the Glockenspiel, a clock tower on the Old town hall. It's apparently voted the 2nd most disappointing attraction in the world, although this contradicts what I was told in Prague about the Astronomical Clock.
It chimes on the hour, and then for the next 3 minutes playing folk songs, although ...
... bit frustrating at first, all the tents were pretty full so it took awhile to get in. Everyone was really drunk and dancing on the tables. We felt a bit out of place because we were sober (initially). We managed to get a table in the Hacker tent. After 3 masses (1 litre beers), we were dancing on the tables with everyone else. The atmosphere was awesome. It's pretty hard to describe unless you're actually there. Time went way too quickly and before we new it, it was 11 ...
... me Glenn and Shaun sat and had beers all afternoon until dinner time.
Dinner was a get to meet everyone night at a local restaurant which got quite rowdy on the boys table and Shaun ended up eating a stale pretzel from a wall decoration and a bit of a food fight broke out towards the end. Time to go haha. We meet a couple of American boys, Michael and Joe, who we were teaching a few kiwi life lessons. We stayed up for another beer when we got back then off to ...