Golden Leaf Hotel Perlach Allee Hof

Address: Therese Giehse Allee 76, Munich, Bavaria, 80739, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Ramersdorf - Perlach area of Munich, is near Sandemans New Munich Free Tour, Andechs Monastery (Kloster Andechs), Kultfabrik, and Munich Philharmonic.
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    A travel blog entry by jennyvan on Jul 11, 2015

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    Today we went to Berchtesgarten and Hitler's eagles nest. It was absolutely stunning in there with views amazing. We drove into Austria to get there and had to catch another bus up to the Eagles nest. The road up was very narrow and only their buses were allowed on the road. On one side it was cliff face. The Eagles nest was a present for Hitler's birthday in 1939, but was finished in 1938. The lift to get from the bus stop to the top was the original lift used by Hitler with ...

    Traveling to Munich

    A travel blog entry by rskil on Apr 22, 2015

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    ... of the old town. I was struck by how busy it was as people were coming and going. It had a very positive atmosphere. How huge the buildings were it did not matter if they were old or new, they were just big! How smartly dressed everyone was. We found the restaurant/ beer hall recommended by Jess, 'Augustines' it is huge, but not the biggest. It is in a lovely old building, the inside was huge, there are two sections plus two outside areas. We sat ...

    Palace Hat-trick

    A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Dec 12, 2014

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    ... as each was painted and these are hung in the museum too. Attached to the Royal Coaches there was a porcelain museum, which contained not a single toilet. I think that may have been more interesting though.

    I returned into the centre of town and had a sausage at the xmas market in Karlsplatz and then walked to the Marienplatz and the main square. There were lots and lots of Christmas markets around. I walked through the streets, ...

    Day 31 - Munich

    A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... a valid word about the punishments and one can understand why the rich were not liked too much.

    We then travelled onto Rothenberg, which we reached an hour later and we had 4 hours of free time here.

    Rothenberg is located on a plateau overlooking the Tauber River with a population of some 11,000. The town came about into being about 950AD when the Count of Comburg-Rothenburg constructed the weir system. Over the years the town has had a very ...

    A trip south to Austria

    A travel blog entry by maustravels on Apr 30, 2014

    ... be incredibly busy in summer. We tried to find a nice conditorei for a coffee and kuchen but everything was closed for lunch so we finally found one we could do a take out coffee and a couple of pastries which we ate on a bench in front of the Rathaus. We then drove along the Deutsche Alpenstrase through a pretty valley past several small lakes past Ruhpolding to finally stop at the Thumsee for a nice salad, Spargel soup and of corse a Helles was right on the lake ...