Hotel Heigl

Bleibtreustrasse 15, Munich, Bavaria, 81479, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Thalkirchen - Obersendling area of Munich, is near Munich Zoo (Munchener Tierpark Hellabrunn), Bavarian Film Studio, Maximillianstrasse, and Westpark.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Munich

    The most northern city in Italy

    A travel blog entry by ludders on Jul 26, 2014

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... for dinner with one or two drinks. Ended up chatting to a German couple sat on the same bench as us, and they recommended a bar nearby which we headed to afterwards and danced the night away. On our final day we woke up with a few sore heads so I did a McDonalds dash and we checked out of our hotel at 12noon to make the most of the day. Not to be defeated by our hangovers, we went to Schloss Nymphenberg, a palace just outside of the centre of Munich, which has ...

    Exploring Munich

    A travel blog entry by alanna21 on Jun 11, 2014

    4 photos

    ... probably the highlight of my day. The surfers wave is a man made contraption where they have places concrete sides to direct the flow of the river and made a shallow region using concrete to create a large wave. Tons of amazing surfers were there lined up on both sides, alternating who would go in. Whoever put on an excellent display of talent would be appreciated by other surfers tapping their boards. Instead of paddling and popping up there appeared to be two ways ...


    A travel blog entry by artichoke88 on Mar 31, 2014

    6 photos

    ... This store had comfy seating everywhere! Every conceivable place had a reading nook and almost all of them were occupied. The childrens section was uniquely arranged. It was set up by very specific age ranges. Birth, 3-5, 7-9, etc. With special breakout sections for fairy tales and cultural books. I was thrilled to find an old tale that my grandmother and father used to read to me, Max and Moritz, so I bought my own copy of ...

    Travel to Munich

    A travel blog entry by scottandmel on Dec 28, 2013

    ... look into catching a train as it might be cheaper so we went back to the train station. We waited 30 minutes in line at the ticket office and then found out they did have a train going to Munich but they could only get us seats on the first half of the journey and then we would have to figure out our own way from there! We then tried to get hold of our insurance company to check whether they could sort something out but they weren't able to ...

    Dance (like diamonds in the sky)

    A travel blog entry by kuerbis on Jun 08, 2013

    70 photos

    ... these clubs are not like the nasty grind fests we have in America. This is people just having fun. She said she usually has a meter in every direction where no one is while she is dnacing. She also said there are some really good dancers and some dance offs, so... cool! no grinding! WOOT! WOOT!).
    We watched some tv until 1, but we were both tired, so we headed to bed. A very busy day of watching Aileen being awesome. Nothing new ;-)