Villa am Schlosspark

Address: Hieberplatz 3-5, Munich, Bavaria, 81247, Germany | 3 star hotel
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      Goodbye's and guten tag

      A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... was just ready to go out to eat and watch a pantomime. I remember that on my first day at FNF they told me they bought my ticket already. I couldn’t believe it was already that time; I had once thought it a long way away. Going to see a pantomime is a British tradition, according to my coworkers, and it’s basically a spin-off of a children’s story. Tonight it was going to be Aladdin and my coworkers told me and Kathryn (the two American’s who ...

      Oktoberfest! Prost!!

      A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... until it opened at 9am.

      In line we met some German people who were really nice and spoke to us in English. One of the German guys spoke some Portuguese and was telling me that he’s been to São Miguel and Terceira. The German people are really nice and will try to speak to you in English, which was good because there were security people yelling things over the megaphone in German, but we had no idea what they ...


      A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Sep 26, 2014

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      ... to secure the tables and met our lovely beer wenches Susannah and Marion. Pretty much as soon as the beer was flowing a couple of guys stood up and done a sculling race and one of the (the one who won) finished off the last half by holding the stein in his mouth with no hands. It was impressive. The day carried on in good style with beer, pretzels, pork knuckle and the umpa band, that started at lunchtime, until at some point in the early afternoon Kate had to take me ...

      Eagle's Nest

      A travel blog entry by deb.gord on Aug 02, 2014

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      ... were incredible. A little weird knowing Hitler and his buddies had spent time there. To get there, the bus took us to a central location, where we were loaded onto private buses that took us up a steep mountain road, then you had to walk through a tunnel that led to an elevator that took you up to the cottage. Afterwards, we ...

      When Munich went mad

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... local restaurant near to their house where we ate succulent pork schnitzel and creamy Kasenudel (noodles with cheese) delicious!

      Over the next couple of days, we explored the village of Pullach where they lived and headed into Munich city centre to have a good look around. Nicky had said that for lunch we should visit the Hofbrauhaus. This is the largest and most famous of all the beer halls in Munich, a city renowned for its beer drinking prowess. After a morning ...