NH Muenchen Neue Messe
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
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... another possibility entered my head: perhaps it's a public holiday today. I knew 1st May in some countries was the Labour Day. That would explain the 'work' demonstration and closed shops!
Later my hypothesis was confirmed in a cafe when I asked the staff if it was a public holiday today. That was as far as my German allowed me to ask; I didn't know how to ask what public holiday it was.
The said cafe was exquisite. It was a wonderful substitute for ...
... were stuffed with people drinking beer and eating German food. There was even an Oompa band playing music during lunch. The musicians were of course drinking beer. We ventured upstairs to the top floor see another massive eating/drinking hall. This place loves their beer, and they love sharing it with the world!
As soon as we left the Hofbräuhaus we checked the time. We planned to catch a 2:54 train home, but realized that there was one at 1:54 that we could ...
... held, or even how long that future might be. I felt physically sick, walking through the museum, reading details of the brutality, torture and murder carried out in that very building, and then standing in the inhuman sleeping quarters in the barracks, as well as listening to first hand accounts on the audio guide... I've read and heard things related to concentration camps before, but reading a prisoner's personal ...
... we were both really tired and still slightly hungover after our exploits the night before, so we walked back to relax at the hostel. It didn’t seem like a particularly exciting way to spend what felt like the final few hours of our trip, but we were spent. We watched some TV on the laptop and Kim had a nap, because our train home (!) wasn’t until midnight. Whilst Kim was sleeping, I carried on watching TV on the laptop and had begun to think to ...
... at Motel One (Sendlinger-Tor). The hotel was locoed about 10 minutes from Old Town Hall. We stayed in room 402. The room was small, but very efficient. We had a double bed, bathroom with rain shower, sofa seat with ottoman, desk and tv. We didn't have a balcony, but our window was able to open or tilt from floor to ceiling. Our view overlooked the small parkette in front of our hotel.