Stern Hotel Soller

Muenchener Str. 54, Ismaning, Bavaria, 85737, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Muenchener Str. 54, Ismaning, is near English Garden (Englischer Garten), Eisbach, and Allianz Arena.
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Travel Blogs from Ismaning

Dachau concentration camp & Englischer Gartens

A travel blog entry by kgbshaw on Jul 15, 2014

15 photos

... metal loops on them. prisoners wrists were chained behind their backs & then chained to the loops & dropped from the beams so their arms were pulled up behind their backs, arms broken & shoulders & tendons torn beyond repair. It wasn't just torture that killed them. Starvation, nazi's decided who got to eat & who didn't. Most we're worked to death. The camp was very industrial & made profits, mainly in agriculture. So Prisoners were basically work ...

The Circus Freaks

A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 08, 2014

... and I belong. We were so groggy and tired from the train, we stumbled through the streets looking for a grocery store to grab some stuff. We stocked up on snacks and treated ourselves to dinner at one of the many kebab places in the area. Absolutely gorging ourselves on this meal, we could barely walk back to our hostel. Karliana and I hung out in the lobby for a bit and now we are in bed already. For the first time this trip, Karliana and I are those people. There will be no ...

OKTOBERFEST '13!!!

A travel blog entry by 2girls1world on Sep 21, 2013

12 photos

... old so I had to get my mean on and push our way onto a table. I picked on two girls, they said there would be six of them, the tables were big enough for ten so a few of us just sat down on there. They hadn't reserved the table and their friends weren't there so it was anyones game really! The other half of us found another table to jump on. I tried to do some bargaining with this second table to swap with us but they said the location ...

Munich, Germany

A travel blog entry by calthepal on Sep 15, 2013

2 comments, 98 photos

... were great, as expected:). After lunch, we went to the Residenz. I was a little disappointed, It was beautiful, but lacked a better understanding of the Resizdenz through the audio tour. The audio self guided tour told about the furniture, but gave no history behind it. We ate dinner that night at Schneider Weiss, a favorite of Chad and I's:).

Saturday September 14th
Today a couple of my friends came down from Stuttgart to visit us. ...

Munich, das ist gut!

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys on Jul 18, 2013

68 photos

... and visibly moved by her job. I told her that I thought it must be a very difficult tour to conduct every day and she said it was but the teaching of the history of the camps is very important so it will never happen again. There was a book shop at the camp and admission was free, the tour costing one Euro per person. The cost is low to encourage people to visit and learn about the atrocities that ...