Seibel's Park Hotel

Address: Maria Eich Strasse 32, Munich, Bavaria, 81243, Germany | 4 star hotel
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    A travel blog entry by krisdee on Sep 28, 2015

    31 photos

    ... it by 100. Immediately we all decided we wanted to go down this giant wooden slide. To get up to it, you had to take an extremely fast treadmill like walkway. Steven went first and immediately fell, which then terrified the rest of us, but was extremely hilarious and he had the crowd cheering for him when he made it to the top. It was the perfect way to start off the day.

    We then met up with ...

    The Need for Speed

    A travel blog entry by heeneystravels on Aug 25, 2015

    From Hallstatt we headed across the border to Munich, Germany. For the rest of our trip, we will be taking trains -that's the plan, anyway. Austrian and German trains are really great. With our Eurail pass, we were able to just get on any train without making reservations. That saved a little money and time! I have briefly visited quite a few of the cities we will be going to, including Munich. Usually, though, I only had a small amount of time for ...

    The age of exploration

    A travel blog entry by lancmennhs on Jun 23, 2015

    4 photos

    ... on high class motorcycles. After eating our lunches we took the train to Dachau. Dachau was the first concentration camp to be built during World War Two. Seeing this was very sobering, we were able to understand more of what it was like for the people living in this camp. Then we headed back to Marienplatz to have dinner. We spent the rest of the night further exploring the city.

    Day 3
    In the morning we had some free time to do any ...

    Beer, glorious beer!

    A travel blog entry by brett_n_jen on Apr 26, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... process. The Purity Laws of Czech/Germany from 1516 only permit three ingredients only into any beer – barley, hops and water.

    We tasted malted barley, (delicious) hops, (bitter as acid) and then descended into the cellars for a tour/free tasting. The smell of the malted barley is incredibly strong and Jen opted out of the walking tour for some fresh air. I wasn’t really in the mood for more beer after ANZAC Day, so I only had ...

    Aussie day

    A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 26, 2015

    ... this one accidentally because it was tucked away in the very far corner of the churchyard in the far corner of town. The memorial was comprised of three concrete walls and a roof, with all three walls engraved with names and dates from both World Wars and some following years where German POWs steadily perished while captive in Russia. In the centre were two statues of soldiers, the stronger youth supporting the older wounded man, with ...