Airport Regentpark Hotel

Address: Wilhelmstrasse 1-5, Hallbergmoos, Bavaria, 85399, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Wilhelmstrasse 1-5, Hallbergmoos, is near Weihenstephan.
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      Cork - Munich - St.Johann

      A travel blog entry by edosullivan on Aug 16, 2014

      Arrived in the airport without hassle and got the car. Seat people carrier 7 seater. Trip was nice. Munich traffic not too busy. Went the secondary roads when we got to Austria as we avoided the Vignette and got to travel nice scenic roads. Arrived (around 18:30) and checked into the hotel without issue. Room smallish but fine. Our family name were on a welcome board along with all the new guests that day. Had dinner and went for a stroll around the ...

      Castle of the Mad King

      A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on May 29, 2014

      12 photos

      ... to discover for yourself. After the short trip through the finished rooms of the castle it was time to head back and start another book on the bus. Once the bus dropped us off we made our way to the famous Hofbrauhaus beer garden. The place was packed and really alive with people. There was music, yelling, lots of clanking, and of course beer. We didn't get the full liter but a half did just fine. Next we went home to recover from yet another crazy busy day ...

      Munich Day Three - Gute Fahrt!

      A travel blog entry by lafite on Mar 24, 2014

      26 photos

      ... creating a sprawling building almost 700m long! The palace is open and we went inside for a tour. Only half a dozen or so rooms are actually open so the walk round was quite swift (especially from me). There was the main hall (Stone Hall) with it's painted interior and then some other rooms flanking it were also open. These included the queen's bedroom which included much of it's original interior. I didn't like the palace or the audio ...


      A travel blog entry by ccruff on Oct 05, 2013

      42 photos

      ... The women waitresses( who are the most intimidating people on the planet) were Carting around wooden boards filled with chicken and sausages. The others carrying anywhere from 8 to 10 full liters of beer. They are beasts, and you don't want to cross them or get on their bad side. It was intimidating walking around asking people if we could squeeze in. You could tell we didn't belong and we were the people who showed up late to the biggest party on the planet. ...


      A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Sep 01, 2013

      18 photos

      ... It turns out, however Timo had purchased the key for ten euros and could access the bar after eleven. Apparently after eleven you could continue private drinking. The gin shots were massive and went straight to our heads before we headed straight to a curry wurst establishment, where Tom dared me to have the brutally hot curry wurst. (Which ended up on the side of the motorway jut before Austria). Then straight to another bar ...