Hotel Wuermtaler Gaestehaus

Address: 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 ccruff on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... listen to and it was a cool experience for both of. After the show we went home to get a good night sleep, knowing Oktoberfest was going to be big the next day. My friend David came into town from Amsterdam and met us at the main entrance at 10 am. Neither of us had cell phone service, so it was a gamble as to whether or not we would actually be able to meet up. It was kind of like " look for the red head wearing a leiderhosen under the giant Oktoberfest sign." there ...

    Munching in Munchen (A Foodie Entry)

    A travel blog entry by mauveme on Sep 01, 2013

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    ... are.

    And today being the 1st of September, happy Ocktoberfest - in a few weeks here. Unfortunately can't make it this year, but hopefully next. Also spoke to a Munchien on the plane here and he said the week before is known as "Kiwi Week" (or something like that) and all the Aussies and Kiwis get together and party before the actual big one!

    And Happy Birthday Jules! Two celebrations in one day - phew, the boys will be buggered! xxx

    Lemonade and beer - who knew?

    A travel blog entry by michelemweber on Jun 05, 2013

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    ... s. It was pretty funny. After dinner, we hopped the metro and headed to the city center and the Hofbrauhaus. The original Hofbrauhaus that even Mozart spent time in. Way cool! I had expected a quaint, German pub, but I was mistaken. It's definitely German, but it is massive. There are several different rooms plus a huge patio. It can seat 3500 people. There are 120 tables that are always reserved for regulars. Some people even keep their own ...

    Definitely the Beer Capital of the World!

    A travel blog entry by kristie.bowden on Jul 25, 2012

    ... that the Australian Embassy is only in Berlin, but for the 2 weeks of Oktoberfest, the Ambassador has a small setup in the UK Embassy in Munich because so many Aussies get drunk and lose their passports and cannot travel outside of Munich. HAHAHAHAHA!! I’d hate to know what the German’s really think about us Aussies.

    -In Hofbrauhaus (the most famous drinking house) the men’s toilet has not only urinals, but a special ...

    The Greatest of Beer Festivals: Oktoberfest

    A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on Sep 27, 2011

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    ... plates until hundreds of people packed into the hall have almost all ascended from their sturdy wooden benches to participate in a massive German table-top dance party, almost all to traditional Oompah music from live bands in the middle of the hall. It’s difficult to describe the almost-surreal atmosphere of hundreds of Bavarian-dressed people acting out funky chicken motions to an Oompah band’s rendition of a German children’s ...