Freisinger Hof Hotel

Address: Oberfoehringerstrasse 191, Munich, Bavaria, 81925, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bogenhausen area of Munich, is near Eisbach, English Garden (Englischer Garten), Stuck Villa (Jugendstil Museum), and Prinzregententheater.
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    Bayern: Bavaria

    A travel blog entry by hannxerr on May 25, 2015

    23 photos

    ... were able to tour a barrack where they had stayed, the bunker for "special prisoners" whom Hitler intended to make examples of, and the two crematoriums and gas chamber that had been constructed. After spending hours touring the facilities and the museum, we gathered as a group to reflect on our experience, picking out exhibits that spoke to us and how we would be affected into the future. I would not call Dachau a must see attraction, but I will say it's a valuable experience ...

    How I 'mist' Neuschwanstein

    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Dec 08, 2014

    14 photos

    ... a very religious region, they believed him. However when he decided to erect a column with himself on top, the people objected, saying it was the Virgin Mary that had saved them, so she was put on the Mariensalüe.

    We went into the courtyard of the new town hall, which is still used today for local council offices. There is also a beer garden in the courtyard in the summer, which says a lot about the Bavarian way of life! Munich translates to mean 'Place of the ...


    A travel blog entry by paula_price on Oct 02, 2014

    7 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Can I Yodel for You?

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 24, 2014

    17 photos

    ... was no exhibition hall where "stuff" was sold. Nope this was strictly a beer, food and ride event (oh and a handful of cheezy souvenir booths).

    As we walked, we passed one ridiculously over the top decorated beer hall after another. Some of the beer halls had moving signs and beer insignias, but perhaps my favorite was Ochsenbraterei beer house with an enormous rotating spit over the entry. Only at Octoberfest.

    Once we reached near the end of what I called beer ...


    A travel blog entry by upthecreek on Dec 15, 2013

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... the war effort). The SS were paid for the prisoners' labour. The main building of the camp is now the museum. This building housed the prisoner baths, the SS unit that controlled the camp, the kitchen, the shunt room (admissions room), the mechanic and engineering workshops. Today the exhibition is extensive and extremely well put together. It walks you though the complete history of the camp from inception as a political prison built for reformation, to the prisoner of war camp ...