Stollberg Plaza

Address: Stollbergstr. 2-4, Munich, Bavaria, 80539, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Altstadt - Lehel area of Munich, is near Hofbrauhaus Munchen, Mike's Bike Tours, National Ethnology Museum (Staatliches Museum fur Volkerkunde), and Cartier.
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        Travel Blogs from Munich

        Oktoberfest day 1

        A travel blog entry by lashez on Oct 03, 2015

        ... got led into the new hall and seated. We got a few more steins and some food. Roast pork with potato dumplings. It was yum. Sadly after only around 2 hours we had to clear out again. They kept people moving today since it was so busy.

        By this stage we had had quite a bit to drink and were getting tired but we headed to a third tent to try our luck. But Jane and I really needed the bathroom. So we headed off to find a toliet and the boys also came. We were standing in the ...

        Best of Bavaria: BMWs, Bayern Munich and Residenz

        A travel blog entry by seanodeorain on Jun 20, 2015

        11 photos

        ... look pretty ridiculous, apart from the classic grille. BMW started out in 1916 as an aircraft engine manufacturer during the Great War, progressing to motorbikes after it. The motorbikes were really impressive, and I was especially with the section on BMW's post- WWII venture into motor racing. The display room with all of the engines was amazing, I actually thought that some of their earliest aircraft engines were the most stylish looking. Liam and I also really liked ...

        Maximilian, Loodvik and Adolf!

        A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Apr 10, 2015

        3 comments, 16 photos

        ... interesting...and what of Adolf ? I can hear you asking....... well my information is that he was born only 500 metres over the Austrian border but saw himself very much a German through his early association with Munich. He came here at a young age and in a way saw it as his home. He got his first taste of power here when he headed the Nationalist Party after the Famous brown House meeting (Then a beer Hall). It was very much the centre of Nazism but paradoxically ...

        Day 19 & 20 - Munich (Loved the Desserts here)

        A travel blog entry by vaidehi on Oct 14, 2014

        38 photos

        ... each other. Once I reached the station, I bought myself a day ticket for 11 euros and quickly got onto the train that arrived on the platform. This entire ordeal took me half hour to figure out my way. Only after I got in with my luggage, I felt like asking myself if I was on the right direction. Finally found a route map and it was in German too but I knew the station name I had to get off at. So stayed very close to the doors as it was a small station.

        We're going to the zoo, zoo ZOO!!!

        A travel blog entry by kristendanson on Jun 18, 2014

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        ... br>
        Now, after almost 3 weeks of travelling and covering some decent amount of geography in that time, I feel confident in saying I have done some thorough research on the playgrounds of Europe. The first thing I have realized is that the playgrounds here are bigger, better, and likely more economical to build than the ones in Canada. I haven't seen anything here that looks overly expensive ...