Hotel Falkenturm

Address: Falkenturmstrasse 3, Munich, Bavaria, 80331, Germany | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Altstadt - Lehel area of Munich, is near Bayerische Staatsoper Opera House, Alter Hof, Cashmere House Lamm, and Old Mint (Alte Munze).
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      A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Sep 22, 2014

      17 photos

      ... drinks. We were a bit more relaxed this time around but that’s because we had to be at Phils mothers tonight and we couldn’t go there in the same state we were in the previous day. We spent a fantastic afternoon with these guys and then we said sayonara to them to get back to the hostel in time for sweet chili philli and rach. We stayed dressed up for them, which he and Agi (Phils mother) appreciated. She was so happy to see us and was a lot more open and friendly this ...

      City surfing

      A travel blog entry by jobloor on Sep 15, 2014

      9 photos

      ... like no other church. Superb and well worth the visit. The are where it is situated on Sendlingerstraße is a very nice residential area with some high end shops and lovely cafes, so it would have been rude not to stop at La Playa for a coffee among all the flowers! Next stop was the Englischer Garden, a huge city park, where there is a weir where surfers practice. Not quite Hawaii but interesting to watch and then ...


      A travel blog entry by rusty21 on Aug 08, 2014

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      Today bill had booked us into a free walking tour of the town centre if Munich, we caught the tram. The walk started with the glockenspiel, but he explained what it meant.( the guide is a lovely Irish man who loved his beer), The tour took over 3 hours, and learnt a lot of the history, but ...

      Why Go to a Place Like Dachau?

      A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 03, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... me at the end of the day and asked if visiting the camp a second time was any different from the first. Although the camp looked the same and the museum displayed the same information that I had already learned, it absolutely was different. Instead of occupying my visit with obtaining facts and information, my visit this time around helped reinforce the importance of memory. It was beneficial for me to return because I spent my ...

      The Good, the Bad and the Bavarian

      A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Sep 19, 2013

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      With one more key sight to see in Nuremburg relating to the Nazi campaign, we stopped in to see the unfinished Luitpoldhain stadium, a massive space planned to host rallies, propaganda events and sporting events in support of the national socialist party. This thing was huge (especially by 1940's standards), it could seat 50,000 people and would be big enough to have 6 or 7 football fields. Today it’s more of an eerie shell of an ...