Hotel Kent

Englschalkinger Strasse 245, Munich, Bavaria, 81927, Germany | Hotel
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Great for beer lovers

A travel blog entry by bmenke

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... gave a show similar to the astronomical clock in Prague. At 11 o'clock, figurines sprang to live depicting the wedding of Wilhelm V of Bavaria (the region Munich is in formally it's own Germanic country) to an Austrian girl. There was a small joust in which the Austrian fell back on his horse. The second set of figurines showed a dance of men twirling in circles on one leg with a hand in the air as a sign the Plague was gone. There was a clown, who was a form ...

Dachau

A travel blog entry by upthecreek

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... through the years by the prisoners themselves. After the war the barracks were demolished and now only the original foundation of the barrack remains; filled with stones and with a large "numbered" concrete block at one end signifying which barrack number it was. The memorial has rebuilt two of the barracks on the first two slabs which at the time of operation were used as library, an office and a canteen. Now they are set up to represent living conditions throughout the years of ...

Willkommen in Deutschland

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl

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... which was just like giant and awkward. The girls were in dresses and had their boobs hanging out. But literally 80% of people were dressed up, I felt like I should have been too. Someone did tell me that the guy's pants were like 90 euros or something ridiculously expensive, but Oktoberfest does last a whole week.

After exploring we went back to the area where Oktoberfest was being celebrated. It was like a fair almost. There were rides like the Ferris wheel and ...

Scotchtoberfest

A travel blog entry by mikeraph

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... bus back to Paris.

The next morning I was shifting to another friend's house, so it was farewell to Fürstenfeldbruck and the Eser family. It had been great to hang out with Luisa for the past few days, and her family made me feel very welcome in their lovely home. Luisa dropped me off at Anna's house in Lochhausen, and I was greeted at the door by... Julie!? Yes, it seemed that Annie and Julie had decided to play a prank on me, by keeping a secret that Julie was ...

Oktoberfest

A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul

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... in traditional outfits and all of the tents are really well decorated inside. We decided to just get sweatshirts and t-shirts because of how expensive the outfits were.

The waiters will walk around with about 10-15 beers in their hand (and by beer I mean 1 liter equivalent to 6 bud lights worth) and will put them all on your table. They ask how many of them you want and you pay for them and get your beer right then and there. Beers in this tent ...

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This hotel, located in the Bogenhausen area of Munich, is near English Garden (Englischer Garten), Eisbach, Stuck Villa (Jugendstil Museum), and Prinzregententheater.
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