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... to another evening of jocularity and broken English. ..!
Today we wandered into St Ludwig 's church only to find ourselves in the midst of a glorious organ concert - lovely. Off to finish the Residenz treasury and Cuvillies theater and later tonight tickets to Onegin at the National Theater.....it's been a full few days!
We are hanging our hats up in Nice on Monday and perhaps a days rest. Keep well !!
... minute break every 2 hours, this even happens on hop-on-hop-off buses....we had to wait half an hour at East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall) for 30 minutes, which wasn't a problem, but anywhere else in the world, there would be a substitute driver to continue the journey.
The reason why I'm mentioning all of this is that in the apartment building in Munich we had a shared laundry that operated between 6am and 9pm. On Saturday night I placed a ...
... I might try something different tonight such as a Schnitzel or one of the German specialties but after perusing the outdoor menus of a number of restaurants in Marienplatz, none of the stuff they were advertising looked appetizing and some of the photos on the menus made the food look disgusting. Also, some of the prices were "steep", which I suppose is to be expected with restaurants in that location.
As I was now very close to Opatija, I headed there ...
... luggage that emerges from the netherworld last....something to contemplate over a good Austrian Weiss Bier me thinks!
Outside in reception we are greeted by our nephew Christoph, who loaded us into his big black BMW and we escaped the German Republic at about 180kph down the Autobahn, successfully landing us in Sankt Johann about 90 minutes later. It was like riding in a Lear Jet at ground level as the fields and mountains blurred past!
We are ...
... year with the tapping of the first keg occurring within its walls, the big daddy, the kingpin, the mother hen. And hooly dooly, this joint was out of control. I mean for all I knew every tent was like this past 6pm but obviously I wouldn't have known. Imagine a 20 piece brass band elevating 11 000 punters in lederhosen and dirndls standing on chairs to sing bohemian rhapsody at the top of their lungs whilst 'prosting' each other at every available opportunity. Welcome to ...