Hotel Seehof

Address: Seeweg 4, Wessling, Bavaria, 82234, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Seeweg 4, Wessling.
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      Travel Blogs from Wessling

      The Ring Cycle Completed

      A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Oct 05, 2014

      5 comments, 22 photos

      ... lucretive job for the short duration of the event and a Bavarian guy told them that the servers purchase each 1 litre stein of beer for 9E and sell it for 10E. Plus there is a lot of good tipping going on to ensure that a server comes back to you frequently to keep your beer stein topped up.
      I asked what they ate there and the answer was nothing - too crazy busy but they had really good meals at other locations in the city.

      It's a ...

      The local hooch

      A travel blog entry by lawslo on Jul 03, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... full menus of cocktails and mixed drinks similar to what one
      finds in the U.S., which is pretty unusual in other countries. And apparently
      since it is the biggest market in Europe, prices of booze in stores in Germany
      are very reasonable. We found large
      selections of nice wines, for instance, for 5 dollars or so a bottle.

      Germany’s alcoholic products are just OK. The country
      famously has a law restricting beer ingredients to only water, malted ...

      Destination - Munich

      A travel blog entry by suehawes on May 14, 2014

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... stop - Roseninsel - the only island within the Starnberger Lake, which is the 5th largest in Germany. We caught a little tug across and wandered the island for about an hour. Normally the roses are in blume at this time of the year but at the moment it is too cold so there were only 2 out.

      A highlight was the view of the German alps.

      Third Stop - Schloss Possenhofen - this is now an apartment block but was once castle ...


      A travel blog entry by wickmantravel on Jan 23, 2014

      26 photos

      ... has a law that any place serving beer must admit the public to use the restroom. We didn't need to utilize this but it was good to know just in case! By 4:30, we were exhausted and were going to find a bakery to relax in but couldn't find one with available seating close to the train, we walked BACK to the center of Munich for a bakery Carolin was familiar with where I had apple strudel (amazing), mom had a dumpling (tasted like angel food ...


      A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Sep 27, 2013

      3 comments, 111 photos

      ... This was at 12pm. We didn't get inside a beer tent until 3pm. I'm not joking. It was ******* ridiculous. Granted, it was a Saturday, and we arrived relatively late. But you shouldn't have to stand around for 3 hours waiting to get inside. There is no discernible system of entry to the beer tents. You simply line up outside one of the doors and hope for the best. You are at the whim of the burly security guards, who only rarely let people inside, and seemingly at random. At ...