Leonardo Hotel Munchen City Center
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsLeonardo Hotel Munchen City Center Munich
It's central location is great, being mere metres away from the central train station.
The staff were friendly & the room very sufficient for the minimal time we spent there.
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D-day has arrived!! After our yummy breakfast, we began our preparations to transform ourselves into true Bavarians! :-)Soon enough we were on our way to our first ever Oktoberfest. There of course was plenty of people making the same walk, we it's followed them all into the main area haha. It's only a 15min walk from our room, which makes it nice and easy. And then we arrived. This place is incredible!! So many people everywhere all ...
... once the beer halls closed.
Day two was a much earlier start – we were ready and seated at the beer halls with steins in our possession by 10am. It was brilliant! We were sitting next to a fun German couple who kept us entertained all morning as well as teaching us the proper words to the German drinking song. The boys were both a bit sore from their efforts the day before so I finished my first stein way before them and almost finished ...
... Today Brett and I got up late and puttered around the house, trying to avoid the heat. We decided we had better go do some more sightseeing, so she took me to the very cool BMW mega store and the Olympic Park. The park had a summer festival going on so we sat down by the little lake on a beach on a barge and had cuba libres. We sat in beach chairs and watched the wake boarders surf by. Then since we didn't walk up enough hills, we walked up to the top on a man-made hill to see ...
... it was a double whammy. I felt like my face was going pop and some point, but it was probably the most exciting ride I've ever been on!
Sunday morning we switched gears and headed to Dachau to see the concentration camp. Dachau was one of the first and one of the largest. The weather was very appropriate for the day because it was cold and dreary. When the war ended the whole camp was destroyed because they didn't want any memories of it, but a model ...
... of throwing people out windows.. The best thing to do is do the walking tour and take in the history then walk around the city and take it in for yourself. The first night we were there we arrived by bus jumped on the train and got lost near the castle. Combining Sugs navigational skills with mine we found the hostel after hiking up the steepest hill in Prague.. We dropped our gear off ...