Ibis Muenchen City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Muenchen City Munich
Typical Ibis. No surprises here. Great location near Bahnhof. Walk to everything. Parking €17
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... camp was predominately used as a labour camp - or so they labelled it that to hide the behind the scenes – it had a large quarry within it which the prisoners had to work at 12 hours a day, with only being fed once every three days! To get to the bottom of this quarry was what is called the ‘death stairs’ and they were pretty horrendous even in our day and age. The prisoners used to be shackled together ...
... is one of the world’s largest urban parks. Of particular interest beyond the beauty of the greenery was a section of the Eisbach, an artificaial stream that runs through the park, where there is a standing wave that local surfers ride while surrounded by entertained tourists. Further up the path we went we came across another part of the stream with a slightly slower current that seemed to be the place that newbies started out before moving to the ...
... I just wear it to bed now. But if the holes get bigger, it'll probably go also. Damn! I wasn't expecting to have to spend money on clothes on this trip. Oh well! So then I went back to the hostel to have a quick nap, then I went out to dinner with Patrick. And we had yummy spicy Thai food from a place called Manan. Soooo amazing! I was craving rice and Asian food too, so it helped in the cheering up and warming up process :) Then I just say around at my hostel ...
Here we are at Christmas Eve in Munich. A stunning day - train to Munich lovely little villages to see all along the way. There are acres and acres of solar panels farms across the areas we have travelled...also on the houses all the way. Like little Solar farms instead of having dairy cows. The villages are nestled in little valleys and all have a church spire. Occasionally piles of snow from the big fall 2 weeks ago. Arrived in Munich ...
... The staff are super friendly and it turns out Germany does turn out some good looking boys. Makes me a happy girl considering I'll be living here for 6 months.
I spent my morning strolling about Schloss Nymphenburg. A baroque palace with galleries and garden pavilions. The place was crazy big but there was some really amazing stuff to be seen.
After that I returned to my base camp and pretty ...