Tulip Inn Concorde Munich
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Pets allowed
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... amid murals and classy old photos... this was a history-loving beer-drinker's wonderland! As it wasn't yet midday, I restrained myself and only ordered a Heffeweisen 'ladysize' to go with my potato soup - I s******ed at the description but as there were other beer halls to do, I knew that if i started tucking into litre steins in each I was going to come a cropper long before bedtime!
... who ***** in the tiny train toilet?! Lock the door man, please! Needless to say I didn't go to that toilet! I was getting concerned as the train neared Munich, because the rain that had been falling most of the afternoon wasn't letting up; if anything it just seemed to be getting harder. We've actually been really lucky so far with the weather. Apart from our first week in Amsterdam I hadn't seen any rain until now - we got through all of Ireland and England without ...
Up early - thanks truckies - on the roads Munich bound and looking for a campsites. Worried about the usual shortage of site we thought to hit it early. 9.30am we rocked up and thought for sure we wouldn't be able to check in, pleasantly surprised when we could. All check in with the pic of the crop spots we then finished a bit of admin before heading on the tourist ...
... for those coming back down to pass single-file. One American later announced as she passed, “nothing but fear up there!”. Perhaps if you are claustrophobic, or scared of heights. While we didn’t find fear at the top, we did find a spectacular 360 degree view of the city.
Just off the city centre are the English Gardens - a massive expanse of parklands that are bigger than central park in New York. 3.7 square meters of greenery, ...
... Our first stop was to Garret's hostel, Euro Youth hostel which was about 5 min walk from the station. The initial impression of the area was that it was a bit sketchy due to the number of strip clubs and casinos in the vicinity. However, after being welcomed by a bunch of guys dressed in some very unusual costumes, I figured it was just your typical crazy part of the city.