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

"Where There is Power, There is Resistance"

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons


... Artist Resistance
Most expressionist art, which was the emerging style of the time, was deemed threatening to the Nazi Party because the style presented a sort of freedom that opposed the Nazi ideology. Although Hitler demanded that expressionist artist abandon this style, the artist continued to produce works that disobeyed the order. (for a more specific examples you can look up Max Beckmann or Der Blaue Reiter). Eventually these ...

Germany, Austria, Italy

A travel blog entry by livesnake


... reconstructed in 1638 by Scottish Benedictine monks. The last, the Votive Church, was very much under construction so we did not see the interior, but it reminded me of Notre Dame in Paris with its flying buttresses and gargoyles. We finished off the day gazing at the Rathaus (government house), Parlament (Germans leave off the i), the ...

Day 77 ...Oktoberfest again

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni


... of. We had a beer, well the three others had a beer, I had a lemonade and we listened to the band play. We were standing right under the stage! This tent was enormous and very different to the others. It smelt of vomit and urine and was full of extremely drunk people pouring beer all over themselves in an attempt to scull which most of them couldn't do. It is definitely a talent to be able to scull an entire litre of beer, and I think ...

Arrived in Europe

A travel blog entry by ejoseph


... through the back cobblestone streets checking out the shops, restaurants and buildings dating back to the 1100s including St Peter and San Lorenzo churches. We had dinner of local pasta w/pesto [which this area is noted for] coupled with a delightful local lambrusco [40E]. Then back to the hotel – crashed. Jan and Roxanne took Ny quil- worked like a charm for Jan, not as well for ...

Out and about in Munich

A travel blog entry by wc2013europe


... famous German beer hall founded in the 1500s), the former Royal Palace, and  St Michaels, the largest church in Munich with its two distinctive domed spires that was, according to legend, was completed in only 20 years because the architect made a deal with the devil. We then headed back to the glockenspiel for its midday show, where the bells ring out and little mechanical figures move around the ...

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