Parkhotel Laim

Address: Zschokkestrasse 55, Munich, Bavaria, 80686, Germany | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Laim area of Munich, is near Nymphenburg Palace (Schloss Nymphenburg), Theresienwiese, Westpark, and Buchheim Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Munich

      Day 32 - Munich

      A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... Berchtesgaden and Eagles Nest which is on Mt Kehtstein, bordering Austria. Jackie and I had been here on an earlier tour and Jackie thought she would rather see the Fairytale Castle and try the other activities instead.

      The weather was great and after our drive through the countryside very similar to yesterday’s, we arrived at Mt Kehtstein, as described above about 11.15am.

      A brief history of the Kehlsteinhaus (Eagles Nest named ...

      Ascension of the Virgin Feast Day

      A travel blog entry by arwie on Aug 15, 2014

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      ... by Allied bombing and some Nazi edifices were blown up after the war. A new museum is under construction which will try to explain the history of the Nazi movement as a permanent reminder of such madness. Hop on U Bahn back to Marienplatz. Bit more of a potter and quick lunch. Back to campsite to see lots of festival rafts coming down the River Isar by our campsite. Covered in hundreds ...

      When Munich went mad

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... distributed around the town. sadly, the Gestapo soon caught up with the ringleaders, brother and sister hans and Sophie Schull and they were captured and beheaded.They were 19. When Sophie was caught, she had a box of leaflets on her and she tipped them over the balcony in the main entrance to the university and the leaflets were spread around the campus by the wind. today, their memorial takes the form of stone copies of these leaflets, embedded into the pavement outside ...

      Exploring Munich

      A travel blog entry by alanna21 on Jun 11, 2014

      4 photos

      ... got on a wave, either throw you r board down and almost instantly jump onto it directly or place your board in the water while sitting on the wall have one foot gripping where you have waxed it then other foot onto the board and push off from the wall. Regardless of mounting technique this surfers wave is only for advanced individuals, downstream quite a ways is the practicing zone. It is actually quite dangerous too, if you lose control and are unexpectedly thrown ...

      OK-to the-TOB-to the-ER-to the-FEST!

      A travel blog entry by schreinski on Sep 22, 2013

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      ... even more hectic! Every 5 seconds someone stood on top of their tables around us and chugged their entire stein! Literally all 10,000 people in the tent would cheer for that person! It was almost like "10-seconds of fame"! The day went on with singing, dancing, drinking beer, eating yummy food, and PROSTING! The German word for "CHEERS"! It was literally so much fun, words can't even begin to describe the experience. I would go back in a heart beat! The one bad thing was ...