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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Brunnenhof Munich
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... the wrong direction and get myself lost however. Being lost can be a great adventure but when you're cold, hungry, and its dark its a lot more frustrating then anything else. When I got to a main road I knew it would be the ring road that goes around the city centre and judging by the map if I followed it for long enough I would get back to the road I originally wanted. Sure enough, I eventually found where I needed to be and was back on track!
As I was walking I noticed a ...
... to the noise from the street three stories below our window. The next morning we will be meeting our friend Dani Tiedge at the train station. Dani is Boy's son who lives, studies and works in Munich. Dani is tasked with escorting us to the family condo in the Tergensee lake area. Dani and Boy have graciously put the condo at our disposal for as long as we like. It will be nice to be out of the major city hubbub! ...
... but on a sunny warm day filled with like minded people all having a beer with lunch is a wonderful thing. This was also an excellent people watching spot. I snagged a great picture of a crusty old German man. That shot really captured the feel of the market.
Then back to wandering through churches. One church close to the market had thousands of origami paper doves suspended from the ...
... Hall. Next was St. Peter's Church and Viktualienmarkt (farmer's market). We passed the Jewish Museum and the Munich City Museum. We saw the Asam Church, which was built by the Asam brothers to show off their architectural work. Next stop was St. Michael's Church, which is the resting place of King Ludwig II. The last stop of our walking tour was the Frauenkirche, but half of it was under restoration. The ...
... match that was taking place. The information person was kind enough to let us know there would maybe be a few tickets on sale for the exhibition match the following day at 12pm at the stadium ticket booth but you had to line up early to have a chance of buying any and there was no guarantee that any would actually go on sale as these were strictly only the resale tickets. The original tickets had been sold out for months and people would earn more money by ...