Grunwald Garni

Address: Altostrasse 38, D- 81245 Munchen, Munich, Bavaria, Germany | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Munich

Making the most of it!

A travel blog entry by lynne.jambor on Mar 27, 2015

1 comment

... and the Residenz Palace - whew!! 100 spectacular baroque, rococo, late renaissance rooms and chambers wonderfully presented - and requiring a respite stop at the hofbrauhaus for beer and apple strudel again. This time we met some young car dealers on business from Spain and South Carolina. One of the men now working in south Carolina hails from Madison Wisconsin ....the ice was broken with the calls of 'Go Badgers Go' and we ...

Days 3,4, & 5 - Bruges to Brussels to Den Haag

A travel blog entry by aidsyford on Dec 29, 2014

... Brussels, but with similar architecture. Everything is brilliantly colored. One side is made up by the Belfry, which is about 300 feet over the city. The view is phenomenal, since Bruges is a relatively small city, you can see the entire layout. Our dear friend Buzzfeed recommended a small cafe nearby called Lizzie's, which was the perfect place to stop in and grab some hot chocolate and waffles before heading to the southern part of town for a ...

Oktoberfest!

A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Oct 02, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... point to periodically look out the window on my way back, to get a sight of what the parts of Germany that I am traveling through look like. From what I have seen, there a re many open fields, some with dirt, others grass, and then chunks of houses spread around, almost like little villages all far from each other). The houses look similar from the distance that I am at, and there are many trees kind of bordering the picture I see when I look ...

Day 34: Munich

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 24, 2014

10 photos

... you must've been prepared for it. Lucky for her the hall was starting to fill up as the arvo stretched into the night, and the **** talking could be spread over a greater amount of people. First came the mother and daughter Americans, who were actually really nice and we all had a great time chatting. They joined in as the hall got rowdy enough to start dancing on the benches, which was heaps of fun. But then came old European man. That poor man. All I really need to say is that ...

All things old and new

A travel blog entry by dorothy73 on Sep 04, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... from over 90 years of the company's history. The company first made airplane engines in 1917, motorcycles came next, followed by the first BMW sedan in 1929. A very interesting couple of hours. Caught the train back to the Deutsches Museum. The weather had been overcast when we started off but the sun was now out and made a very pleasant afternoon. This is a vast collection of airplanes, ...