Address: Maria-Theresia-Str. 2a, Munich, Bavaria, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Au - Haidhausen area of Munich, is near Karls Gate (Karlstor), Angel of Peace (Friedensengel), Stuck Villa (Jugendstil Museum), and Leopoldstrasse.
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      Palace Hat-trick

      A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Dec 12, 2014

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      Today marks the third day in my Palace hat-trick consiting of the Neue Residenz in Bamberg, Kaiserberg in Nuremberg and finally Nymphenberg in Munich. I got the tram out and given it was a pretty sunny day, especially in contrast to what I've had lately, I first went for a walk around the grounds. The grounds were beautiful! I walked about halfway down the canal and then crossed to the other side and saw the Pagodenburg, which is a Chinese ...

      DEUTSCHLAND - München

      A travel blog entry by treenymph on Oct 23, 2014

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      ... At the River at the English Gardens, there is a "wave" at which people don wetsuits and attempt to surf. I can now say that I have witnessed the possibility of surfing in a river.
      I also decided to see with my own eyes the concentration camp of Dachau (now a museum). It was one of the very first concentration camps, and was one of the only ones that continued running through the whole war, totaling 12 years. It happened to be a very ...

      Can I Yodel for You?

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... the length of the grounds. The construction for the the beer halls begins in July and takes about two months to complete. It then takes about a month to dismantle after the two week Octoberfest run concludes. So roughly a third of the year is dedicated to building or taking down this beer city. Yowza!

      Another intersting fact. Tickets to the beer halls are sold by table – generally tables of 8 or 10. No
      single tickets are sold so if you don't buy a group of ...

      A taste of Germany in Munich

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... each menu item for the rest of the family each time we ate out. As it turns out, my German is really, really rusty, and most of the time we had no idea what we were ordering. That evening, Catherine thought she was ordering pea soup (because that's what I thought it said). As it turns out, it was some sort of banana soup - go figure?! While I was busy trying to translate the menu, the rest of the family had fun trying to pronounce German ...


      A travel blog entry by crzysdrs on Jul 15, 2014

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      After leaving the Swiss Alps, we got to see the country of Lichtenstein on the way to Munich. I was unwilling to pay 5 Swedish Franks to stamp my passport (on an related note: my passport is surprisingly empty given the number of countries I have visited due to Europe's very open borders). Not much to see here except a castle on the hill belonging to the prince.

      Munich however was another story. We began our stay in Munich with a bike tour of the city. Got to see some cool ...