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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    Munich, What a City!!!

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 28, 2015

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    ... 065 ID cards and passports

    and best of all 8 children. Imagine how drunk you must be to actually forget to take your children home with you at the end of the night!

    We passed the Feidherrnhall otherwise known as the General’s Hall which was built between 1841 and 1844 by King Ludwig I to honour his army. This building was also the scene of the failed coup by Hitler in 1923 to seize power during which 16 Nazi’s and four police officers were ...

    Off to Dachau

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    ... were first there and had the place to ourselves for a bit. Then we came back to work on the next train travel to Fussen which entailed lines, passports and stamps to get ready to use the Eurail pass.
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    Munich markets

    A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Dec 15, 2014

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    ... containing similar things to what we had seen elsewhere, we tried a blueberry gluhwein, which was different but also good. It was a bit wet and cold, so afterwards we wandered over to the wave at the Englisher Garden and watched the surfers for a bit and had a coffee.

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    One of my favorite places, Germany

    A travel blog entry by jess416 on Apr 23, 2014

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    ... everything. When we got up to the top, we looked over to the right where we saw hundreds of tents and thousands of people that literally looked like ants which made up the flea market. After we got off the Ferris wheel we knew right where we were going haha. So we ventured into the flea market, dodging people here and there and beginning to sweat as the sun came out. Mom and I got rings at one of the first few tables we saw. I have never been to a typical flea market so ...

    Days 144-150: Germany's Black Forest & Oktoberfest

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... ingredient it's not legally a Black Forest cake.

    We've arrived into the world of Oktoberfest. Although we are staying one night on the outskirts of Munich before we head in tomorrow, it's clear as day we need traditional outfits - lederhosen and a dirndl. We weren't going to due to the exorbitant amount of money they ask for them, even in the cheaper shops. But we can't be the only ones there not dressed up. As it's a public holiday in Germany tomorrow we had 3 hours to ...