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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- TV Other Russia
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Wetterstein Munich
Very nice breakfast, location is close to subway. Room was OK.
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Arriving at the airport I routinely weight my bag as some airlines or staffers are getting tougher on hand luggage. My bag was only 7.5kg while the allowance was 10kg.
After passing thru security there was a booth for CIBC bank getting Canadians to enroll for their air ...
... to do much else. We did enjoy a lovely lunch in one of the courtyards and went up to the top of the Rathaus to get a better view of Munich.
After that we only really set up to find our shoe box flat and upon realizing that all the supermarkets are closed on Sundays, had ice cream for dinner.
I think I will leave it there for this evening as I am about to crash from exhaustion so goodbye for now then.
Until next time
... quick refresh, then we hit the streets for dinner. We found a place a few streets from our hotel where we sat for dinner. It had an outdoor, inside and a garden area for eating. We were in the garden area. We got a few beers, and we all ordered the same mains. Pork knuckle, chicken, and veal, with a potato dumpling. The potato dumpling was as weird as it sounded. But the meal was pretty good. ...
AC/DC is playing here in Munich tonight. AC/DC fans are generally of the type that like to drink beer. Munich is a town with a lot of beer. These guys are having the time of their life here, though the amount of balding, large stomached middle aged men in AC/DC t-shirts makes it rather hard to distinguish Munich from West Auckland.
(Yes, I did idly look at tickets. But I don't quite feel like spending 99 euros.)
As usual for my ...
days their production is mostly supervised by – Trappist monks. We visited two
beer-producing abbeys – Chimay and Rochefort. Neither gives tours, so at Chimay
beer tourists can only stroll around the well-kept grounds, glance at the rack
of religious tracts, rosary beads, and other religious trinkets for sale, and
stare at the “Private” sign on the building that everyone knows houses the
brewery. At Rochefort, one can merely ...