Amalienburg

Address: Amalienburgstr. 24 - 26, Munich, Bavaria, 81247, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Munich

Oktoberfest; the bits I remember

A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Sep 24, 2014

16 photos

... with these people because they're not going to be important to my Oktoberfest in anyway unless we're sharing a room. People ask about our plans and talk about their own, I don't care, this is Oktoberfest, it will be great fun no matter what you do, you could be by yourself and have an awesome time. I need to try and organise to see Nick before he leaves. I want to enjoy the whole thing, the food, the steins, the rides, I definitely don't want to be some hammered ...

Oktoberfest with stoke travel

A travel blog entry by jharetuku03 on Sep 18, 2014

10 photos

last 2 weeks have been pretty chilled and getting ready for Oktoberfest (which starts in September 18) lol and the weekend after i have been asked to play in the danish softball league final vs Horsholm my old team from 2008.

Soo Oktoberfest is pretty much a huge celebration of prince Ludwig who later became king Ludwig I after marrying princess Therese in 1810. it is the worlds biggest festival with over 6 million people visiting every ...

Munchin in Munchen

A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Aug 18, 2014

4 comments, 16 photos

Munchen=Munich. Just putting that out there So luckily for Germany... Dan and I decided to give the country one more try So far it's been one of the top places we have been... And I blame this solely on Dan the Man. We checked into our campsite which was called "The Tent" and it turned out to be a camping/hostel place. And there were a LOT of beds in the hostel. I wouldn't even consider it a hostel. It looked more like a refugee camp. For the first time on this trip I was ...

Day 31 - Munich

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 17, 2014

41 photos

... war, donations from around the world have flowed into the city and rebuilt the walls with feature commemorative bricks with donor names.

Once off the coach, Jackie and I immediately walked around the ramparts of the wall and were very impressed with its conditions. Adding to the interest was the ability to view the local’s houses, businesses and public buildings. Obviously this is a very rich area and many photos were taken.

This took about ...

Tracht

A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jul 25, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... He took off his lederhosen and gave them to the doctor. Gross! But I still love lederhosen. They are making them for women as well.

They say the wearing of lederhosen dates back to the mid 18th century and were initially worn by peasants. They gained popularity among the nobles and upper class around the 1870s. The dirndls were worn by working women and were also copied by nobles and the upper class. Emperor Franz Josef is said to ...