Hotel Moosbichl

Address: Rathgeberstr. 3, Munich, Bavaria, 80997, Germany | Hotel
 
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      I feel like I missed something...

      A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 25, 2014

      11 photos

      ... a huge pretzel, and beer/lemonade mix. It was so good. I usually don't like bratwurst, but I'm so glad I have this one a try. Turns out I probably shouldn't have had more than just the bratwurst though. It took me an hour to finish my food, and even then I was so full. When our food had settled enough and we got cold enough just sitting there we hopped back on our bikes. We biked through the rest of the garden and around the city before stopping at the Milka store. Since ...

      Raindrops & Chestnuts Keep Falling On My Head

      A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 13, 2014

      3 comments, 92 photos

      ... middle of a fairly large downtown area. Because we were walking, there is no way we would have seen the entire thing in one day, but we did manage to find the Hofbrau where Steve was able to find the Currywurst he had been craving and I had a pretzel the size of Manhattan! There were different ways to get around the gardens...you could do a horse-drawn carriage, sitting on a bench seat with someone bicycling you, or the most interesting way I saw ...

      Day out of Munich

      A travel blog entry by bobert on Jul 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Play every 10 years, the little town was a mecca of gift shops and bargin clothes outlets we had to stop at!

      Despite the heavy rain we walked around the village and managed to get some photos too. The Passion Play, played by 1,400 local amateur actors in March, serves to celebrate the passing of the plague from the village. You must be a local resident to take part in the play.

      After that we drove back to Munich ready ...

      Sunday in Munich

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jun 22, 2014

      4 photos

      ... old) cycles in Munich and its very flat. Had lunch and visited the former Royal Residence of the House of Wittelsbach. Sat in the Hofgarten and listened to a violinist who was very good then had a long walk back to our hotel. Spaghetti for tea amidst a Cosmos bus load of tourists, don't ever want to do that ...

      Fairytale Castles

      A travel blog entry by mjvardaro on Jun 11, 2014

      26 photos

      ... and was kicked out as king. He never saw the completion of his masterpiece Neuschwanstein, as he died a mysterious death that is unsolved to this day. Hoenshwangau offered picturesque views of the lake and mountains in the distance along with a beautiful interior. We were not allowed to take pictures inside either castle which was too bad because Neusch had an artificial cave built inside it for King Ludwig. My next tour was at 1:25 and it was an hour hike to the Neusch front plaza. ...