Ibis Muenchen City West
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Muenchen City West Munich
One of the better Ibis Hotels that we have stayed in. The service was good and the room was clean. In the business part of the city so if you want to be closer to the centre of the city you will need to shop around. The hotel is close to a tram stop and a metro station so getting around is not a problem.
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... bus and made it "home". Yvonne fixed dinner for us and it was very relaxing. We watched the big Reunification Festival on the TV....Yvonne translating. The festival was on the Mein River......about 2 miles away and we could hear all the fireworks. Did some internet catching up and finally hit the bed about 11:00 pm . Looking forward to a car trip along the Rhine ...
... just walk in and take over. I decided to take a 3 ½ hour walk back down from the mountain using what they described as a ‘difficult’ trail. If difficult meant ‘it will knacker your knees, thigh and calf muscles for three days and you will struggle to climb up any steps and even get off the toilet’ then they were right. Another lesson learned – it’s as hard to walk down a mountain as it is to walk up.
Probably like most people, I had a vision ...
... It looked like something out of a fairytale book. Little did I know it was even more impressive up close. I got my ticket for the museum, Hoenshwangau castle, and Neuschwanstein castle. My first tour started at 11:15 at Hoenshwangau. This castle was the home of King Ludwig when he was a child, as he grew older he planned the construction of Neuschwanstein just across the valley. King Ludwig was the definition of an idealist; he was actually declared mentally unfit to rule at a ...
... stomach…so we taste tested the hot chestnuts (uh oh, bad decision) and chocolate covered fruit.
On our way home we stopped off at a beer hall and tried some Franziskaner Hefe-Weisse beer which is brewed in Munich. I don’t like beer, but I could tell it was a good one. Joanna and I debated whether you should force yourself to like something, and doted over a small dog in a pull-along cart while his master played on ...
... so busy!
I had 1.5 steisn, and the boys had about 3, in the space of 4 hours. It got messy. We were put on a table right next to the band playing AC/DC. Ben vomited, then Luke did too! We saved in the Hofbrauhaus tent. So many people crammed into this shed, dancing, singing, drinking. The boys started peeing under the table so they didn't have to go the toilet ...