Grunwald Garni

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

Oktoberfest and turning 30

A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham on Sep 24, 2014

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  • The cleaners had cleaned my room first and when I arrived back at 12.30 it was ready
  • I slept for the rest of the day as I was exhausted from travelling.
  • I went out later that night as I was starving. I had found big market while I was walking around that day. I tried to find it again but couldn't. I settled for a burger then went back to my hotel to sleep.
  • Thurs 25/9
    • Al and I met at Sendlinger Tor station, just outside my hotel. Al was ...

    Can I Yodel for You?

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 24, 2014

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    After our lovely lunch, we wandered around the neighborhood, took in some of the shops (Cheryl bought two Starbucks Octoberfest mugs) and found some fabulous chocolate. We eventually wandered back to our hotel, changed again (it had become really warm) and had the front desk provide us with instructions on how to take the subway to the Octoberfest grounds. Cheryl and I figured we would use the afternoon to just visit the grounds, walk around and take it all in. Then ...

    Last 5 + hours of our 30 hr journey

    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... and dry sandy haze of the Dubai desert verses the lush green fields and rain cloud clover of the Munich landing. Our first night in Munich was uneventful. We had managed to book a twin room and were 2 cheap to upgrade to a king. We just moved the room around to create our own king bed. The place was nice for a ...

    Commissary and University of Maryland - Munich

    A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... put it on the record player and blast away). I also prided myself on memorizing the Dewey Decimal system - now a useless skill. Google that one you whipper snappers! Last, I worked in the commissary. Later on, my office skills got me employment in AAFES headquarters - typing on an executive typewriter. For those of you whipper snappers, an executive typewriter had proportionally sized letters which required you to be aware of sizes of letters - an "m" ...

    Day 11 - Dachau, Trains, Boats and Planes

    A travel blog entry by djh1959 on Jan 12, 2014

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    ... there waiting. What wonderful service! Here in Melbourne, if the bus drivers see a train coming they quickly take off – no wonder we never use public transport here. The bus then took about ten or fifteen minutes to reach the Camp.

    We went first to the Visitor's Centre and decided that we would use audio guides rather than join a guided tour. We then set off with our audio guides and provided maps in hand. It was actually a ...