Leonardo Hotel Munchen City Center
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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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we took the Train from Zurich Station in the morning and headed to Munich. reached exactly on time at the Hauptbahnhof- our Hotel Leornado was just across one traffic light. hardly 3 mins Walking. checked in and immediately set off.
The starting point is Karsplatz - its the main transit points
for all transport after the main train …
The next day we had good breakfast. And I guess my best breakfast as
they had grilled chicken, slightly overcooked the way I like it and has
some spicy salty greasing on it. Good breakfast. We walked to the train
station - tourists info centre - we bought the "partner ticket". We
bought for inner and one outer zone. Cost us 14. …
After 3 & 1/2 hrs we had arrived in Munich city without a hitch & reunited with our beloved Miranda for more adventures. This time though it was in the city of beer!
Our first stop was Dachau & the concentration camp. The steel gate that guarded the front entrance to the camp was emblazoned with the words 'arbeit macht frei'- …
... going on during a Monday, clearly the people of Munich and the region have a history of devotion that extends well into the present day.
Finally at the end of the day we arrive at Horbrauhaus, the famous Munich beer hall where you can drink full liter beers, eat hearty Bavarian specialties and meet new friends at the open community seating tables. As we waited for Stephanie to arrive I ordered ...
... where there are gold bricks imbedded in the street to commemorate that this alley was used as a bypass to the next street where there was a memorial plaque to the 16 people killed on the march on Berlin. People were required to give the Heil Hitler salute when they passed the memorial so they bypassed it. Our next stop was the Monument to the Field Marshals of WWI, I think. There was so much information, I had a hard time taking it all in. We went to ...