Vi Vadi Hotel
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... no seriously we walked into Augustiner around 8:30am, it was empty, by a bit after 9am the courtyard was full of people smarter than me with masskrug of Augustiner gold. I met back up with the family (no kids allowed on the brewery tour that didn't happen) and we spent the rest of the day strolling and imbibing. What a city! At one point I'd had enough to imagine I'd look good in Lederhosen, that's probably how most of these are purchased. An hour later Emerson and ...
... heading to town from the airport for lunch, then walking around the Marienplatz, back to airport area for dinner..
Been to Allianz Arena, BMW Museum, Olympia Park, and Freising city at Saturday, going to church at Sunday and explore the downtown area, most shops close at sunday unless the bake shop.
The famous restaurant , Hofbaurhaus, sell all traditional bavarian food. Just name it.
Too bad, i cannot attend the Octoberfest..
... by an old Countess. Looking back I should have asked more about the setup and what the place was like, but my mind was elsewhere. The scenery and landscape of Northern Italy and Austria is amazing to say the least. Of course it doesn't quite beat the views of Southern New Zealand (I may be slightly bias), but I would love to rent a car or bike one day and tour through that region in the spring or summer.
Once we arrived in Munich we had to decipher our way ...
... other left) then checked into our hostel and crashed out. (after some minor debacles regarding the lockers and female ghosts.)
Pfft, Manayach totally skipped a bunch of the best stories told on the tour. Our tour guide was awesome, by the way.
-The glockenspiel. Voted second most overrated site in Europe, it was in fact pretty damn unimpressive. Thousands of ...
... one had more food - including a marvellous donut-like pastry that goes brilliantly with glühwein. It was getting colder and darker so we headed back to the hotel, and had bratwurst for dinner from the market just up the street. and the most amazing star-shaped donut, fresh out of the fryer :)
Sunday seemed like a ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsVi Vadi Hotel Munich
Centrally located, two blocks from the Hauptbonhoff. Close to all kinds of places one can get to by foot. In addition, Munich's underground is awesome, criss crossing the entire city. Vi Vadi will get our business when we return to this magnificent city.
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