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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On our way to Munich, we stopped in Plzen to visit the brewery. The home of the Pilsen Urquell. It was an interesting tour, but I also felt like it was a little over the top. Very commercialised. One of the highlights, apart from the beer, was a huge lift - capable of holding 72 people. Lol. This is the only brewery who do a triple mashing process …
... have internet after almost several days, but it was being really slow and spotty. I tried booking a tour through Triposo for the concentration camp, Dachau, but gave up in frustration. We decided to just do the Sandesman tour which did not require reserved tickets for in advance. Scott and I ended our night with an episode of entourage.
The next morning we had breakfast at the hostel and made a sandwich for later as well. We walked to ...
... for the area was meant as a holding prison for political prisoners and people speaking out against the regime. As things escalated for the Nazi party so did the terror and number of prisoners held in Dachau. When a person is sent to prison they are told what they are being imprisoned for, they have the right to a trial followed by knowledge of their final sentencing. When a person is sent to a concentration camp they are arrested and told nothing, ...
... haha... On to the train.... Well that was a debacle... We could only locate 4 seats... Each little cabin has 6 seats....So the train guy pointed to an empty carriage and sent the other 4 in there.... We get to Heidleberg and 3 people have reservations for that carriage.... oO ..... Suzy John Michelle & Lynnie have been booted .... Get the train guy back.... He gets the ticket girl... We work out they ...
... This first entry will focus on our visit to Schloss Nymphenburg, Bavarian Palace and birthplace of Ludwig II in 1845. There is the main palace or schloss as well as four additional buildings scattered through the beautiful palace grounds. All were built in the 1700's and showcase ...