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

Munich Celebrates a Wedding

A travel blog entry by jonkinne on Oct 06, 2014

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... there was no hope of getting inside the tents. When I pointed out that one of the features of the tents was men's rooms replete with places to throw up, the ladies were just as happy (one could say con"tent") not to be part of the indoor scene. We amused ourselves walking around the many streets that course through the festival area, and stopping at concessions selling heart-shaped lebkuchen cookies (decorated with whatever love-message a ...

Ludwig II's Castles, a Day Tour

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 10, 2014

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We began very early today since our organized tour was set to leave at 8:30 am in the main town. Our topic of the day- Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof Day Tour from Munich. We jumped on a bus and headed off to Linderhof Palace. Unfortunately for Vicky, she wasn't feeling too well for half of the day (I am blaming the "meatloaf") and the bus swiftly moving through the Alps wasn't really helping. I was very happy when we made it to Linderhof and ...

Finally here

A travel blog entry by agia-ana on Jun 29, 2014

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... way too long and need to get some shut eye. Monday - had such a good nights sleep last night. Thanks to melatonin :) Our breakfast, which is included, was fabulous. Meats, cheeses, eggs, fruit and good coffee. After breakfast we walked to the hotel where our car was parked. We headed to Dachau which is about 40 mins away. Once there we paid our 3€ for parking. Visiting the site is free, not unless you want an ...

Munich via Walking Tour & Self Exploration

A travel blog entry by renee_nick_2014 on May 20, 2014

13 photos

... gave them back to the people of Munich. The people could choose, rebuild to its former glory or build a modern city like Berlin did. So as you can guess, they rebuilt the city to what it used to be like. After the tour we explored the Gardens which also has a river which the locals surf. Sounds strange I know but the way to two rivers meet makes a natural wake. The river is only about 7-10m wide, ...

Munich Day Four - 'Arbeit Macht Frei'

A travel blog entry by lafite on Mar 25, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... cap was not to protect the prisoner from the sun, however was only issued so that the prisoner could remove his cap in the presence of a prison guard. If he did not do this he would be punished. Same goes for his pockets, a prisoner was not permitted to put his hands in his pockets. If he was caught he would be punished. The punishment was 25 lashings with an oxtail whip and during this the prisoner would need to count each lashing. Even if the prisoner was not German he would need ...