Hotel Wuermtaler Gaestehaus

Rottenbucher Strasse 53-55, Grafelfing, Bavaria, 82166, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rottenbucher Strasse 53-55, Grafelfing, is near Nymphenburg Palace (Schloss Nymphenburg), Theatinerkirche St. Kajetan, Westpark, and Blutenburg Castle.
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A travel blog entry by alexmandaliti on Jun 25, 2013

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So today we had a very interesting day! We got up early in the morning and went on a tour of the dachau concentration camp! It was a very cool experience and we both learned a lot! Glad we did it but it was definitely hard being there and somewhat surreal! Ill give more details on this to anyone who wants to hear about it but I'm sure it's not appropriate to speak about on here! I also have tons of photos of anyone is interested! We then spent the evening just ...

Salzburg - Munich Day 8

A travel blog entry by carleyandtommy on Dec 03, 2012


... managed to find a CM upstairs, made a small purchase to break up the big notes because I'm loaded and all, and raced over to Bubblepoint but not before I noticed that there was a CM right next to the entrance, this was going to be a great day.So an hour and a half was wasted on doing laundry, we then headed back to the hotel to pack our things and depart Austria for Germany yipeeee.

I was particularly excited ...

Bier gartens

A travel blog entry by cire7777 on Jul 27, 2012

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... have been on. Many have been good, but this guy was great. Munich is a large city but definitely walkable to the main and important sites. Our guide explain the history, and tradtitions, the rise of the Nazi party. His goal was to make us understand what it was like to be a local and he did! Some facts I learned... Germany is divided into 16 states. Munich is part of the state Bovaria. Bovaria is the only state that has not ...

Dear Bavaria, please never change.

A travel blog entry by jmlcamacho on Feb 26, 2012

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The 29 hour Munich adventure was very much a success. After getting in at 5:20am, Alec met me at the main station, and we went back to his place to wait for things to actually open... Around 8am, we headed into the city by tram. On a Saturday morning, Munich was relatively dead, but we were able to explore and walk around. Munich is a beautiful city and has influences from all walks of life. Such as the Chinese tower, the obelisk, and a bunch of Roman ...

Day 6 - Germany is all BEER and whistles

A travel blog entry by amazingone on Jul 17, 2011

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... ones self. I was correct. There had been at least 15 or 20 people crowded around the ‘basin’ to clean themselves as best they could. Of course the strongest got to use it first with the weakest having to use the dirtied (cold) water of those who had gone before them. The next room housed a row of toilets against each wall (20 in all) no seat, no partition for privacy just rows of little toilets.

There were rows and rows of those buildings however most have ...