Pension Locarno

Bahnhofsplatz 5, Munich, Bavaria, 80335, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Munich

The Land of Beer

A travel blog entry by pam_steve

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October 13, 2013

An uneventful 4 hour train ride and we were in Germany. Traveling from country to country in Europe is just as simple as traveling from province to province with in Canada. Easy peasy. Our hotel in Munchen was directly across the street from the train station so it was quick and easy to find and check in. First things …

"Do you sell Dachau postcards?" - American woman.

A travel blog entry by derekandmegan

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Derek and Megan say:

On our second day in Munich, we got up bright and early for a day at Dachau. Dachau was the first concentration camp opened by the Nazi's in 1933 and ran straight through until liberation in 1945. An important point to remember, Dachau was a work camp, where prisoners (mostly political) were sent, not a death camp like …

Welcome to Munich...

A travel blog entry by derekandmegan

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Derek and Megan say....

So, although neither of us really knew anything about Salzburg, we ended up having a really great time there... well, until Holland lost and Derek was sad... but that's another story.

Our first morning, we set out to find the old city of Salzburg. The river Salzach is a crystal, turquoise colour, and winds …

Onto Berlin!!

A travel blog entry by danielmataylor

The last few days have been pretty hectic, hence the slow posting of the blogs. Munich, well Oktoberfest, is the best party I have ever been to in my life. Even better than the one I threw when dad was away once which resulted in half the town on my front lawn and holes in the walls. Still apologising for that one!

Munich as a city is …

Days 144-150: Germany's Black Forest & Oktoberfest

A travel blog entry by djmorton

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... amazing. Munich's best chefs come to work in the tents. To name just a few of the German foods that are served to you at the tables are: pork knuckles, Wiesn-Hendl which is half a chicken (half a million are served over 16days), giant Brez'n (pretzel) and of course bratwurst which can be half a metre in length. The service is exceptional. The beer maids each carrying up to 19 (the record) steins of beer, each weighing 3kg, are always there to serve you. I'd have thought you'd need to ...

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