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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Luitpold Munich
Small basic rooms. Clean. Effective receptionist. Good location.
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... and conveyances like a Hansom Cab from Sherlock Holmes fame, and one Helicopter. Halle 2 is mostly trains, including an elegant old steam engine, some trains from Switzerland and also an old Funicular. Halle 3 is mostly specialty cars such as a stainless steel Porsche, racing cars, etc. as well as demonstrations of universal joints, braking systems, etc.
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... public and the place is currently occupied by a Baron. Inside there was opulence and gold leaf everywhere, the rooms were interesting and many of the displays were original to the palace. Back on the bus we went to the Olympic Park and BMW Welt and Museum, the architecture was amazing, modern and futuristic. From there we to the English Garden and got off the bus at Schwabing and walked to the Garden. The garden was a oasis in the city, large ...
... gets dark.
Starbucks coffee. What can I say. The only thing better than a caramel machiato (sp) latte is one that comes with free internet. HOORAY! For the first time in a week we found a place in Europe that has free internet - Starbucks at the Munich train station. What I also found out is that a tall latte costs almost $5 dollars - OUCH! We will need to limit our Starbucks visits.
The coffee shop closes at 11:00 and the internet connection is cut. But ...
... out for a very quick look at BMW world. They have an enormous show room, next to one of their factories. It is out where the stadiums for the 1982 Munich Olympics were built so we could see two things with one trip. We enjoyed the displays on the electric cars, but otherwise didn’t spend much time looking around. We finished off with a look at the Olympic stadium from afar which had a really neat roof. Then it was back to camp to get ready to head off the next morning. ...