Star Inn Hotel Muenchen Nord
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Time has gone by quickly since leaving Tawern for Munich. We've had a nice, big room to ourselves on the quiet side of our hotel here in Munich. It's been very affordable and easy to get around by tram and subway with the $18 a day Family Pass. And we've been able to save some money by picking up food at a nearby bakery and small supermarket. On our first full day in Munich we took the tram to the ...
... the grounds, as it was winter it wasn’t open. I walked back up the the Palace and firstly did the tour of the Palace. The rooms were very elaborate, especially the Great Hall. The Northern apartment was more decorated and had a lot more pictures hung from the walls and the ceilings. One example is below, the picture of the topless lady surrounded by cherubs, which was on the ceiling of one of the bedrooms- imagine waking up to ...
... in our gentrified neighbourhood of Schwabing (former home of boho-artists; now those artists have grown up and drive Audi's). The restaurant--reminiscent of any hipster bar in Toronto with hard wood, bare bulbs, and indi-North American music--was recommended by Lonely Planet, and while Justin's Canadiana burger was exactly what he expected, Christina's shook her world and she had to declare for everyone working that it was the best veggie burger she ever ate. The next at 11 ...
... good tips about the area around our hotel and some good tips about Octoberfest. The best part we learned was that there was a fabulous market only a few blocks from our hotel.
Once we checked into our hotel and changed our clothes (it was another beautiful day) we went for a walk to the market and WOW. This market was amazing. It had the standard fruits and vegetables, but it also had meats, and cheeses and breads and flowers and wines and oils and olives and many, many ...
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Casa cu Flori: Good food and a nice roof terrace. Just off Victory square at 1 Alba Iulia st.
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