GHOTEL hotel & living Munchen-Nymphenburg

Address: Leonrodstr. 11, Munich, Bavaria, 80634, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Neuhausen - Nymphenburg area of Munich, is near Theresienwiese, Municipal Gallery in Lenbach House (Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus), Glyptothek, and Buchheim Museum.
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          Once Upon a Time In Munich

          A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 08, 2015

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          ... forced to be rebuilt after WWII. The only smart thing Hitler did was-when Hitler realized that his conquest would turn into a war he had all of the towns and cities meticulously photographed including cobblestones and intricate art so that anything damaged could be rebuilt in the exact same way. Munich choose to rebuild after the war in the same way but Frankfurt voted the other way and decided to start from scratch. The current version of the church was actually built by ...

          The rest of Europe

          A travel blog entry by farmersmart on Jul 28, 2015


          ... dance floors had a DJ playing music & the third one had a live band. A lot of people were dressed in their western gear. I had fish & chips for tea at one of the take-away shops & then caught a tram back to the city. It was a very enjoyable day out.

          The next morning I walked around town & went to The Hague Tower, which I think is the tallest building in The Hague. I arrived there at 11-15am & the restaurant at the 42nd floor ...

          Traveling to Munich

          A travel blog entry by rskil on Apr 22, 2015

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          ... stopped to have coffee at the square. For breakfast they will often have a breadbasket with butter or Nutella, with black coffee. Students wandered by and people riding by. Those on bikes were of a variety of ages, active sixty plus, bright young things, and the little ones. We had coffee at one of the cafe at the Dom. As it was busy this meant circling around until a table become free, then you attack, rushing to grab the table. The night before at dinner ...

          4 Hour Layover in Munich

          A travel blog entry by sethbow on Oct 06, 2014

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          ... It was cool being able to look around the entire place at the taproom, beer garden and gift shop without any crowd. I could imagine how crazy it was the evening before and weeks before for Octoberfest! I only had 1 hour in Downtown Munich and then had to get back to the airport to catch my flight for Istanbul. I boarded the S-Bahn back to the airport, got back thru security and walked right onto my flight without much time to rest! That's how you pack the most into a 4 hour Munich layover! ...

          A taste of Germany in Munich

          A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 26, 2014

          77 photos

          ... my 1 liter beer, but we somehow managed to find our way back to the apartment.

          Later that evening, Caroline and Sam Jackson wanted to stay in, so I took Catherine out for a father-daughter date at a little restaurant in the neighborhood. We were not staying in a tourist part of Munich, so none of the restaurant menus were translated into English and very few waiters spoke English (or wanted to). As a result, I had to translate (or attempt ...