Hotel Montree

Address: Dachauerstrasse 91, Munich, Bavaria, 80335, Germany | Hotel
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      I feel like I missed something...

      A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 25, 2014

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      ... a section for walking. While biking is a big deal in Amsterdam (there are more bikes than people in the city), things are more compact there, which makes me more nervous that I'd run into something or someone. So since Munich was such a great place for it we got matching pink cruiser bikes to bike around the city. We eventually found our way to the Englischer Garten, a massive beautiful park. We stopped there at the English Beer Garden for a late lunch where I had the ...

      Raindrops & Chestnuts Keep Falling On My Head

      A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 13, 2014

      3 comments, 92 photos

      ... the area jam packed. Still, there were some beautiful sights to see. I have a ton of pictures from today because it seemed every time I turned around, there was something outstanding that I just had to take a picture of. Some I knew what they were...others I had no idea. I just liked them.

      At any rate, we left the hordes of people and headed to the English Garden. It reminded me a bit of Central Park in New York. This huge, beautiful park ...

      Day out of Munich

      A travel blog entry by bobert on Jul 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Ludwig II never married, and often lived in Linderhof by himself. It must have been a very lonely place, He preferred to eat alone, so much so, that in his dining room his table could be raised and lowered from the kitchens below complete with food so that servants didn't need to come into his room.

      After a visit to the gift shop and a snack lunch we drove on the short distance to Oberammergau. Known for its painted houses and ...

      Sunday in Munich

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jun 22, 2014

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      AM - Went for a run in Theresienwiese Park near our hotel, it's the site of the Oktoberfest. There is a giant stature of the goddess Bavaria outside a Hall of Fame, Rudolf Diesel was one name I knew in there. Went to mass nearby in St Paul's Church at 11am. PM - Walked into the city, oh for my bike, everyone ...

      Fairytale Castles

      A travel blog entry by mjvardaro on Jun 11, 2014

      26 photos

      ... It looked like something out of a fairytale book. Little did I know it was even more impressive up close. I got my ticket for the museum, Hoenshwangau castle, and Neuschwanstein castle. My first tour started at 11:15 at Hoenshwangau. This castle was the home of King Ludwig when he was a child, as he grew older he planned the construction of Neuschwanstein just across the valley. King Ludwig was the definition of an idealist; he was actually declared mentally unfit to rule at a ...