Hotel Rothof Bogenhausen

Address: Denninger Straße 114, Munich, Bavaria, 81925, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bogenhausen area of Munich, is near Eisbach, Stuck Villa (Jugendstil Museum), Prinzregententheater, and Hildebrand Haus / Monacensia Library.
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    A travel blog entry by jbish95 on Sep 21, 2015

    18 photos

    ... was a really cool place, much different to the car shops in New Zealand. So much bigger and more elegant, I think this was the biggest BmW shop in the world. After a while, we jumped back on the train and headed back to Lennoxs cousins place where we had left the car. We picked up the car and said goodbye before driving to Frankfurt that evening. We arrived around 11pm and checked into a hotel that Lennoxs mum had booked for us for the evening. It was a lovely hotel just out of ...

    A Father's Day to remember!

    A travel blog entry by kasey.combs on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 48 photos

    ... flowers, fountains and ponds make it easy to wander through the gardens surrounding the palace. After leaving the palace and luckily catching a train back into the center of town we decided to shop around some stores at Karlsplatz before grabbing a beer. To end the trip Matt met up with us to grab dinner in the Viktualienmarkt before heading back home.

    Taking dad to the airport the next morning wasn't fun to begin with but to ...

    Meh to ya!

    A travel blog entry by ames73 on May 22, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... tour of the mews (Marstallmuseum) and various carriages used for coronations as well as sleighs used for hunting. The palace park is about 180 hectares (I'm not sure how bit that is in American terms, but it is really big) and we were able to tour the Amalienburg (a summer hunting lodge), Badenburg (an indoor swimming pool from the 1700s), Pagodenburg (interior design strongly influenced by the Chinese), and Magdelenenklause (a grotto/chapel purposely designed ...

    Day 34: Munich

    A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 24, 2014

    10 photos

    ... I was a little indifferent. Maybe even apprehensive. Lucky I'm this big macho bloke who'd never let that be known (pfft), so I was also super 'keen'. Really the more likely story was that I'd promised her on the Monday night (when I was a bee's dick away from passing out) that I'd go on all of them with her, and now she was taking advantage of that. I felt so used. As we arrived in the grounds, the first ride we came across was this giant spinning swing that lifted about 50 ...

    The local hooch

    A travel blog entry by lawslo on Jul 03, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... places to drink in Cambodia are the inexpensive but
    really nice tourist hotels. Our first hotel in Phnom Penh had a happy hour in
    the late afternoon with $2 cocktails that were quite good (who can turn down a
    fresh mango margarita or two by the pool?). Actually, however, the really serious
    drinking gets done on the aptly-named Pub Street in Siem Reap near Angkor Wat.
    It is packed with bars catering to western tourists, and lots of young people are
    there putting ...