How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... came to the Wasche Center. 2.70 Euros for a 8 kg load of wash (plus 0.4 Euros for soap). Drying was 0.70 Euros for 15 minutes of tumble drying. Despite the instructions being in English on the wall,we struggled initially and were helped by a kind gentleman in there. Once it got going we did some errands while waiting for the clothes. After about 1.5 hours total we were done and set off for a grocery (“Lidl”) nearby. We ...
... lunch at a bar and grill across the street from the museum, and despite my better judgment I ordered the specialty of the house: a burger. Why would I order a burger in Europe when we have great ones at home? I can’t say for certain other than in came highly recommended by the waitress, and to my surprise it was as good as most anything I have had back at home (and in many cases, much better!) ...
... named after her called Theresienwiese. (Theresa's Meadow'). The name has been kept ever since but is now abbreviated by locals as 'Wiesn'. It is a festival held from mid September to the first Sunday in October. Rather, it goes on for 16-18 days every year around the same time.
Ben and I arrived via train to Munich, and took the local train to the Campingplatz. Directly translated as, Camping Place. We camped ...
... really sure how I ended up here... Certainly wasn't buying anything. I think the name says it all but, in case you have missed it, it is Munich's Rodeo Drive. I was hoping that the man would accidentally step into traffic and I could, heroically pull him back, and then he could adopt me. No such luck but we had fun anyway. Then, lost again... But then heard Aussie accents... Ah saved, I thought. Sure enough, the women from SA ...
... wait time would have been past the closing time. So that left us with two options, one was to stay the night and reserve tomorrow, which also would have included traveling back to Munich for our luggage and then returning, each trip 90 minutes, as well as adding a cost for a bus and high priced hotel; and the other option was to return to Munich ...