Pension Locarno

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


    A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Sep 27, 2013

    3 comments, 111 photos

    ... music! Each of the large beer tents had a big live band continuously performing, providing a rollicking soundtrack to the day. German songs, English songs, folk songs, popular songs. And, how could I leave this out: the beers! So big and so tasty.

    So, on the first night I was at the Hacker-Pschorr tent with Luisa and her family (mum, grandparents, sister, and miscellaneous Germanic friends). After trying to apologise in German for my late arrival, I got in to the ...

    Am I scared? No.

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Aug 22, 2013

    1 comment

    ... first time I went Couchsurfing, it felt odd. Going into an unknown house. With unknown people.

    But the thing is this: you leave as friends. I have already made some amazing friends through Couchsurfing through France and Germany and I am not going to stop. It is the best ...

    Munich under the microscope

    A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jul 02, 2013

    21 photos

    ... was terrific with views in every direction.

    We then went back to the railway station to buy a ticket for tomorrow, visit to Neuschwanstein.

    Munich is a city of difference, you are in an area which is beautiful and clean, go around the corner and it is an area where you are not comfortable, drunks, smashed bottles scattered about and just plain grotty. Thankfully, the nice areas out number the seedy areas but the surprising thing is the dramatic ...


    A travel blog entry by samonide on May 21, 2013

    ... conditions. This prison was mainly for political and clergy people, there were Jews also. They had a gas chamber which was never used for an unknown reason, however they had multiple incinerators to cremate thousands of dead. The dead were carted here by train from other camps to be incinerated. It is grotesque, but even seeing it doesn't fully give you a picture of how horrid it was. Then a group of us walked into the ...

    Auf Wiedersehen?

    A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Nov 03, 2012


    Saturday 3 November 2012 Munich - Gatwick We had abooked a taxi to take is from Achenkirch to Munich Airport. Our flight home was at 09:50 and there was no way to get there in time to catch the flight. Our taxi/mini-bus driver spoke admirable English and provided a running commentary on the journey up to the head of the valley, down across the German border and then ...