Four Points by Sheraton Munchen Olympiapark

Address: Helene-Mayer-Ring 12, Munich, Bavaria, 80809, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Milbertshofen-Am Hart area of Munich, is near BMW Museum, BMW Welt, Olympiapark, and Asamkirche.
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    Travel Blogs from Munich

    Bayern: Bavaria

    A travel blog entry by hannxerr on May 25, 2015

    23 photos

    ... our fair share of beer and radlers (half beer, half lemonade), we went to the train station by our hostel for apple strudel. We finished the evening at the hostel bar to enjoy live music, more beer, and the locals and other travellers to finish off our first night in Munich. Our second day, we woke up early to visit the Dachau concentration camp and memorial. It's hard to describe the emotional impact this experience had on me, but I can try to summarize it with one word: ...

    How I 'mist' Neuschwanstein

    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Dec 08, 2014

    14 photos

    ... he fled, leaving the sweeds to occupy the region. Life for the people of Munich was poor under their reign, so they tried to negotiate to pay them off. They wanted gold coins, but the people of Munich weren't rich enough at the time, so they offered all the gold coins they had, and several barrels of beer! The Swedish army went home happy! Maximilian returned, expecting a heroes welcome. When he didn't get it he told the people he was their savior as he had prayed for them ...


    A travel blog entry by paula_price on Oct 02, 2014

    7 photos

    ... afterwards to celebrate then went to the tent hotel where we would be staying for the next few nights.

    We had showers and got ready for Oktoberfest at the tent hotel. Chris wore a traditional Oktoberfest outfit - a checkered shirt and lederhosen (leather pants). He looked so cute haha. I decided to save my dirndl (traditional Oktoberfest dress for women that I borrowed from Jenny) for the following night.

    Later on we took a train to Oktoberfest. It ...


    A travel blog entry by upthecreek on Dec 15, 2013

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... Each barrack was built to house 200 prisoners but by 1940 was housing 2000! From the barracks we walked the entire length of the camp to the crematorium. Accompanied by our audio guide we were walked through a macabre reminder of what actually occurred inside the fences of Dachau. In the later years of the war, the prisoners were hired out to businesses around the camp to build munitions and parts for planes and tanks (as they could not be produced quick enough by the locals to keep ...


    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Sep 22, 2013

    3 photos

    ... them were still hungover! We had a good chat over a cuppa, and I think everyone was feeling a lot better afterwards. We got to hear about Maddie's amazing night. She had enough fun to make up for all our ****** nights! Afterwards, we walked together down to the festival, where we went into one of the smaller tents, which I think was called Fischer-Vroni, and Darren, James and Maddie all got a beer each, and we all got a meal. Darren thought he had gotten the wrong meal, ...