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 …
... car range were priced around the Euro 50k range which is even cheaper than a normal car in Singapore! This shows how high our COE price is. We walked to the nearby Olympiapark. Before this trip, I wasn't aware of the sad terrorist bombing incident linked to this park and the 1972 Olympics held at the park.Though the park was built in 1972, I thought the design looked pretty modern. We spotted a rather huge and bright moon as we walked towards the lake.
... it up and continued walking. I wasn´t tired, I managed to sleep on the plane and train here. I just wanted to get my suitcase into the hotel and settle. I was beyond hungry. On the train I was famished and kept looking at the menu. People were ordering drinks etc and all I wanted was a sandwich. Instead we got free haribo gummy bears. We finally arrived at our hotel, we checked in. They needed payment for hotel in cash, so Nadzha paid ...
... near our hotel, where the host was a bit of a legend. Interpreted the whole menu for us, and gave us complimentary dips, dessert and a couple of shots of ouzo each. On top of that, the food was great too - a very enjoyable meal and shows the value of good hospitality.
3 votes - Neuschwanstein Castle. The place is pretty amazing to see, perched on a rocky hill beneath the mountains and above a valley, no wonder Walt Disney used it as ...
... br> After visiting the Residence for several hours, we headed in to the adjacent Treasury to see a huge number of table decorations, jewels, crowns etc. It was also quite amazing, but we felt we rushed it a bit because we had already looked at so much. Anoop was fading fast and needed lunch so he wasn’t too keen on looking in all the display cases. Regardless, we both enjoyed the collection even if we only listened to the audioguide highlights.