Hotel Montree

Address: Dachauer Str. 91, Munich, Bavaria, 80335, Germany | Hotel
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        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Montree Munich

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        Travel Blogs from Munich

        Round two. This hurts a little

        A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Sep 26, 2015

        We woke up feeling a little dusky today. Once we were all up we decided to give Octoberfest another go today, since it was probably our last chance. We got dressed into the same clothes again, aloud not feeling quite as fresh. Again we stopped by the same bakery and made our way there. Today we looked around outside for the first hour and checked out all the rides and stalls. As we weren't feeling very well, we decided ...


        A travel blog entry by jnaylor on Sep 19, 2015

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... cookies from the car rental place. We went to a beer garden, and they singed Country Road and c'est sera sera, and I sang along. We took the train to it, it was really fun. Grandma and grandpa were with us.It was a really long walk to get through.

        Reese - First we had a long car drive to get there, and then we took a train to Oktoberfest. But it was worth it. When we first got there we walked around for a little bit and then we found a big ...

        Steins and more steins!

        A travel blog entry by veritybignell on Jul 13, 2015

        2 photos

        ... is so friendly over here, the pubs in Australia should be like this. When we left the beer hall the steins had hit me and Liv. We embraced the street drinking allowance in Munich, went and grabbed a beer and then drank it on the street. Someone walked past and we said hello in German, he stopped and said I don't understand what you're saying. We said oh you speak English! He asked where we were from and we said Australia. He smirked, ...

        In Which we had a luxurious travel day

        A travel blog entry by frankenichols on May 22, 2015


        ... lots of room.   It was only a 45 minute flight, but they figured out a way to feed us and, though we had the ability to drink during the flight, neither of us did. The train into Munich went quick.  We had a group of senior women sitting with us and we spent the time swapping travel stories.  The walk to the hotel was a little hectic as the instructions I had on my iPad kept ...

        Why Go to a Place Like Dachau?

        A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 03, 2014

        1 comment, 1 photo

        ... us that one only truly dies when they are forgotten. It this sense, it is essential that places like Dachau are preserved so that the memory is not lost over time. However, Mr, Grube went on to say that it not enough to simply remember that the Holocaust happened, but one must also know that it happened. He expressed his concern for the often nonchalant attitude of politicians who permit the participation of extremist organizations in ...