Hotel Wuermtaler Gaestehaus

Rottenbucher Strasse 53-55, Grafelfing, Bavaria, 82166, Germany | Hotel
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Day 32 Munich in used clothes

A travel blog entry by britt.mark


Is it mothers day today? The luggage still not here, it has been found but Germans don't work on Sundays apparently, so we are hoping it will arrive tomorrow. A lesson learned. We will be known as the smelly australians. Mark is washing and wearing the same things. Even worse the battery has gone on his camera and the charger is where? Where else.Hoping all returns to normal tomorrow.
Walked around Munich, a beautiful city. Best baroque plaster mark has seen. ...

Because the Devil is in your Pants

A travel blog entry by nofailuremodes


... got up, packed our ****, and checked out, we took off for the free Sandeman's walking tour of the city of Munich. We learned a great deal (well, maybe just me, my European history has always been worse than Jasmine's) about the formation of Germany, why WW1 was such a cluster****, and what exactly was the deal with all the archaic symbols of Munich. Anyways, we went to a number of famous ...


A travel blog entry by alisonoudman

... t think of anything better! It was a great little Thai place and we both got much deserved foot massages and I had such happy feet! The tea was also this amazing lemongrass yumminess. After that I felt ready for the day! We went to the BMW Welt which is near the Olympic park area. The building was really cool and the museum was bowl shaped. The welt has interactive displays so we spent a bunch of time there. Now I want a BMW (Well actually just a mini)! It ...

Unsere Reise begann in München

A travel blog entry by mettel.europe


... kept going to the Vikualienmarkt for lunch.

When we finally got to the Vikualienmarkt, we were really hungry so we went straight to the biergarten. For lunch we had giant pretzles, Munuch Bratwursts, sauerkraut, and German potato salad. We also drank some beer (of course).

After lunch, it started to drizzle, so we ducked into a small bakery for desert. After which mom led ...

Prost! from Munchen

A travel blog entry by btn


... wandered around the gardens for about an hour and a half until it was quite dark. There were still heaps of people around, I’m guessing they were taking advantage of Munich’s unusually warm January weather. There were heaps of dogs around too and they were really gorgeous. So many people in Europe have dogs and they take them everywhere, totally different to home. There was also a Chinese-themed brauhaus in the park, which I thought was quite hilarious.

We headed ...

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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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