Hotel Residenz

Address: Freisingerstr. 40, Ismaning, Bavaria, 85737, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Freisingerstr. 40, Ismaning, is near English Garden (Englischer Garten) and Allianz Arena.
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Travel Blogs from Ismaning

Our final day

A travel blog entry by burges on Mar 12, 2015

1 photo

... them. Being on the grass was automatic death. The fence that surrounded the camp had 10,000 volts running through it, allowing for prisons to commit suicide by running Ito it. Colette's stories went on and on about the torture, the living conditions and the suffering. All of us loaded onto a somber bus to head back into the city. We had enough time for lunch just before our bus tour of the city. Many of us ate sausages from a sausage stand that is considered one of ...

Surf's Up ... In Munich!

A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 15, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

I had read about this. And when we were on the HOHO Bus, we had a tour guide and she pointed out the people standing at this particular bridge, all looking down towards the water. She said they were watching the surfers. So Daryl and Jack, this one is for you. ( And any other 'closet' surfers out there!) I had a lot of fun finding this bridge. Got lost several times. Chatted to an American couple who were shopping in Maximillion ...

Willkommen in München

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 02, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... of WWII. While the tour only introduced us to the tip of the iceberg of this topic, an important concept emerged that helps to explain how such a horrific ideology can encapsulate an entire nation:

In essence the idea is that a under the correct 'spotlight', even the most horrible things can become seductive or enticing. The Germans have a word (I wish I could write what it was, but sadly I ...

Adventure to Dachau

A travel blog entry by ktowndoyles on May 17, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... Dachau by 2pm, just in time to catch a documentary about the camp in English. It was tough to fathom the atrocities to humanity that took place there. We visited the barracks, gas chambers, and crematorium. Horrifying. You really wonder how it could be allowed to happen. We made another stop by the market to pick up picnic supplies for tomorrow on our way back to ...

Dachau Concentration camp

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jan 31, 2014

14 photos

... still hear the screams. The screams of the powerful souls before me in that room. I could not stand in the gas chamber for longer than about 30 seconds. It was too powerful. I felt weak at the knees, with a ringing in my ears of cries. No. no. no. how.

The day was powerful. There are some things in life you want to see and some you have to see. In a way, it was beautiful. The snow sprinkled the ...