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
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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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... this, but I did forget that I spoke English at one point. If that gives you any frame of reference at all.
Right now I am on a train on my way to Austria where I'll spend 5 days in Vienna. The trains here are so nice and they travel so fast. From Regensberg to Vienna is only 4 hours. There isn't WiFi on the train so I'll have to wait to post this until I get to the hostel in Vienna. For now, I am going to sleep off this Oktoberfest ...
Awake a little after 6am. Showered, dressed & down to breakfast. Weather overcast but fine. Our last luxurious breakfast till we hit our cruise ship. Such a lovely quiet hotel situated in the old town & well recommended by us. Even Greg who is " fussy" was taken with it. So pleased as it was one of the hotels that I'd booked (independent to the travel agent). Our taxi was booked for 8.30am to take us to the train station for our journey ...
... us to the train. We got an express train to Dachau and then a bus out to the concentration camp. There were heaps of Australians in our tour, maybe because of Wombats, and other people from all over. The tour guide liked to talk a lot and was very strident and a bit controversial. He was a great tour guide though, very thorough and knowledgeable and even acquainted with a few survivors. We walked through the gates first into the museum, where ...
... and we felt so relieved! He showed us what trains to catch and how to get to our hotel. It took about an hour on the train so by the time we got to our hotel it was after 4pm and we were exhausted. We rested at our hotel room for a while.. Sad to have missed a day in Munich but happy to be here at least! We went for a walk in the area around our hotel and then had dinner at a lovely Thai restaurant - yummy hot curries! Thankful that today is ...
... it made a good landmark for navigation as it had 2 distinct towers. The guide (again) was a crack-up. he ended most sentences with an enthusiastic "thats right!" as if he was trying to convince even himself of the stories he was concocting. He had a way of making people act out scenes from history. For instance as we departed marion platz (square) the time wasnt :00 so the clock tower wasnt chiming. Not ...