Neuner

Bergsonstrasse 13A, Munich, Bavaria, 81245, Germany | Hotel
Prices starting from $105.00
 

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Entering The Schnitzel-Free Zone

A travel blog entry by goddessphoto

... tall....who knows when or if we will be back. Munich came up too fast and I think Mother Nature was sad we were leaving because it began pouring rain. Here are some statistics from the trip: Schnitzels eaten: 7 Glasses of wine enjoyed: 15 Radlers consumed: 15 Currywurst eaten: 0 (whaaat?) Euros spent: (Hey we came back with some extra) Distance Traveled: 1,600 miles Times "Danke" was said: 55 Wishes that came true: Every one Dankeschoen and aufweidersehn ...

One of my favorite places, Germany

A travel blog entry by jess416

30

... and it was beautiful. Unfortunately we did not get to see the butterfly garden inside the Palace because we didn't know it was there and we had to catch one of the last buses. We then got back on the bus and passed by BMW world and Olympiapark but did not get out because we were tired. Then we were back to the hotel to relax until dinner. Our tour guide recommended a biergarten called "Park Cafe" so we headed there for dinner. Near there was a garden called ...

Munich, Munchen eat that pork!

A travel blog entry by emseurope

10

... the surrounding area's it was impossibly still no noise at all not even the creek's running water made a sound, was eery. The cremation building was so cold, quiet and still had a lingering smell to it even after all this time.


Dachau was a interesting place with obviously a somber and humbling experience I could of spent more time there reading all the information and biographies but we had to make tracks to Vienna
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Christkindlemarkt

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley

8

... marriage of Duke Wilhelm V. The bottom half shows a Schäfflertanz dance. Something Munich is famous for - beer. Dotted around the city are various beer halls, including the large Hofbrauhaus which has been open since 1644. Inside was rather elaborate with a painted ceiling and loud Bavarian music playing. The Residenz is a huge palace, which was home to the Wittelsbach clan, the Bavarian rulers who lived here from 1385 - ...

Goodbye Netherlands, Hello Germany

A travel blog entry by boval

2
103

... just a kilometre up the road, into the tunnel which takes us under the water and town is on the other side. Going through the tunnel was certainly different. The escalators taking us down to the tunnel felt like they were hundreds of years old, as they made loud cranky noises and even had the smell of an old, oily and antiquated piece of machinery. Cyclists mixed with pedestrians shared the walkway through to the other side, and was hard to imagine the ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the Pasing - Obermenzing area of Munich, is near Nymphenburg Palace (Schloss Nymphenburg), Munich Botanischer Garten (Botanic Garden), Theatinerkirche St. Kajetan, and Blutenburg Castle.
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