How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews Westside Hotel Munich
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... made famous for the war trials held after WWII. We were able to enter the actual courtroom while we listened to information about the room and the trials. The room was enlarged for the trials, but was changed back to its original size afterward. The are talking about changing it back again to what it looked like during the trials.
Hitler used Nuremberg as a rallying point for his troops. One of the places ...
... sure he thinks I'm stalking him now.
-German has to be my favorite language I've heard so far. I've always liked german. It doesn't have the same flow and rhythm that the romance languages have, but it's still a joy to listen to. It's quick and choppy, with ***********ants, and is spoken emphatically. The work ethic, effeciency, and pragmatism that the germans are known for is somehow expressed perfectly through their language
... burger meal, we end up waiting forty minutes, the burgers come out and we scoff what we can, we have to run to the bus to get there in time.
That evening after so many hours on that bus we leave the kiwi guys behind, parting ways at the drop off point, promising to catch up with them at a later date. *********** to Hannah's again, Ganzer and I go to Clink. I shower send one message and then sleep. I hadn't slept that whole day, my mind had kept me awake, trying ...
... and lost for words. We arrived in Munich late afternoon to a sea of tents! We were staying at the main camping ground for the Oktoberfest activities that were to begin the next day. I could just imagine the state of the campsite now and would not be pretty. We had a small walking tour around the centre of Munich and then went to a Beer Hall for dinner where we all had steins and I tried Pork Knuckle (unfortunately this ...
... of my dreams", and tried unsuccessfully to buy it.
The village itself is quaint with many footpaths and a historic stone bridge. The Castle is family owned and relies on tourism and public visits to support itself.
We spent an hour there being escorted around and were told about the life of the villagers in that age –it wasn’t good. They were punished for petty offenses and the punishments were the same for woman and men. Cruelty ...