Ibis Muenchen Messe

Address: Otto Lilienthal Ring 2, Feldkirchen, Bavaria, 85622, Germany | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Otto Lilienthal Ring 2, Feldkirchen, is near Riem Market and Bundesgartenschau.
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      Travel Blogs from Feldkirchen

      Rainy, but worth it.

      A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 23, 2014

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      ... got me situated in a warm corner booth (and on their wifi) for the next hour or so. After I finished lunch (not really sure what I ate, I just took the guys recommendation) I headed to try to find how to get up to Nonnberg Abbey. I fought the rain, and the rain won. I could no longer walk in the cold pouring rain. I stopped at the first souvenir shop and bought the most touristy umbrella with music notes on it and everything for too much money for an umbrella ...

      Part 1_ Munich & Romania

      A travel blog entry by jazzgal on Jun 02, 2014

      3 comments, 41 photos

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      Casa cu Flori: Good food and a nice roof terrace. Just off Victory square at 1 Alba Iulia st.

      Tsuika (one of many spellings): Romanian Schnapps made from plums. Can be very strong.

      I plan to do more in depth blogging with travel tips in the future, so if you are interested, stay tuned!

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      The Birth of the Third Reich

      A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on May 30, 2014

      14 photos

      ... straight through the heart of the Nazi party. Situated around a big square still stand the headquarters buildings of the party including the first bank that Hitler used to fund his growing party. Crazy to think these bushings have survived but other than office space they weren't that important to the Nazis. After the War the German government did destroy the memorial Hitler had erected to commemorate those of his party lost during the failed coup of 1923. Actually ...

      A temperature drop, and it is snowing

      A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Dec 06, 2013

      16 photos

      ... the cloth bags I put in the baggage we returned with eggs, meat and cheeses for 22.53 Euros.

      Did I say that the Euro is trading at $.73 to the dollar? Or better yet to understand, it is 1.36 dollars to the Euro.

      Next up a nap, as we are almost dead on our feet. Got up at 5:30 pm and challenged with the hot water, we each took a short sponge bath and changed clothes, collected cameras and headed to the downtown. We just travel with too much stuff.

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      Abschied Munchen

      A travel blog entry by sherridanm on Oct 04, 2013

      Today's our last day in Munich.
      Not much of a day, we packed up all of our stuff. I had my first shower since leaving home! It was cold and raining.

      My hand is bruised and sore from holding steins.
      We got a bus into town and brought souvenirs at Oktoberfest, then sat around waiting for the bus to Amsterdam.

      It's a 14 hours bus trip with a stop over in Frankfurt at midnight.

      Not much else exciting happened today!
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