Motel One Muenchen City-Ost
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Motel One Muenchen City-Ost
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Motel One Muenchen City-Ost Munich
Travel Blogs from Munich
... to anyone who hasn’t been, because of the wild environment. My expectations for the weekend were really high, which is probably why I felt that the festival is a little overrated. But, it was a great experience and environment to be a part of for a weekend. I think it’s so cool that Oktoberfest goes on for everyday for the month of September and first week of October, and that native can go everyday if they want to.
... no hair, and as I have a friend at home with little hair that I missed, I used this poor man's head as my refuge from missing said friend (Bill, I can't wait till we're here together, and I'm sure poor old European man can't wait either). In short, there was a lot of head rubbing going on! Poor man. All too soon, but really perfectly timed because I was fairly drunk, we decided to head off. Actually I think we did it so we could go on rides drunk. I know I wanted to, much more ...
... felt that both planes seemed to have more leg room than some others we have been on. It seems like the American merger with US Airways has been beneficial. Food was not terrible either. Dinner was chicken with a glass of vino and breakfast was coffee and a cinnamon bun. Landed on time at 8:30 AM in Munich. Passport Control only took a few minutes. The Munich ...
... for the journey.
We set off on our 12 hour journey with Chris, Nick and Dani from London to Munich.
The drive was long, but because we were all amped for the festival it wasn't so bad. We managed to stop off at a truck stop in Belgium to get a nights sleep before carrying on towards Munich.
Arriving at the official Oktoberfest campsite was a good feeling. We were early so we managed to settle into a good spot with power. All as keen ...
... they were given the option of having their loved ones ashes sent to them in an urn. At the back of all of the buildings there were fields of yellow flowers which if you didn't know where you were looked peaceful and nice. If you have ever seen the boy in striped pyjamas that's what the back of the areas looked like. Walking further through the building with the incineration rooms was a massive room with black stone and written in the stone in white were the names of all the ...