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suityou01
17th January 2011, 14:52
Seeing as I am so important. :D

Got a jolly over to Munich next week. Anywhere good to stay? Good schnitzels, good altbeer etc etc

TIA

SY01

suityou01
17th January 2011, 15:19
Yep great tags, thanks. :winker:

How about some actual places to stay. :rolleyes:

RichardCranium
17th January 2011, 15:29
How about some actual places to stay. :rolleyes:At the risk of sounding patronising, have you tried these?

Google search "site:forums.contractoruk.com München"
Google search "site:forums.contractoruk.com Munchen"
Google search "site:forums.contractoruk.com Munich"

suityou01
17th January 2011, 15:34
At the risk of sounding patronising, have you tried these?

Google search "site:forums.contractoruk.com München"
Google search "site:forums.contractoruk.com Munchen"
Google search "site:forums.contractoruk.com Munich"

Nope. But I did on your suggestion. At the risk of sounding ungrateful, they were frak all help. No offence, like. :rolleyes:

amcdonald
17th January 2011, 15:42
Sorry only been over when the beer festival was on, and my memory is hazy what with all the beer consumed

Worst case just visit the tourist office when you get there and they can get a hotel room within your budget and seem to know which places to avoid

darmstadt
17th January 2011, 17:39
Seeing as I am so important. :D

Got a jolly over to Munich next week. Anywhere good to stay? Good schnitzels, good altbeer etc etc

TIA

SY01

You don't get Altbier in München (actually I did find one pub years ago serving it,) it's a Rührpott drink (drank a fair bit this weekend in Düsseldorf.) I've stayed in the Hilton next to the Englisch Garten which wasn't too bad, one of the Best Westerns which was nothing to write home about but the Cosmopolitan (http://www.cosmopolitanhotel.de/)is quite okay as its right in the middle of Schwabing. Instead of going to the Hofbrauhaus (which is good fun mind you) try just across the street at Ayingers (http://www.platzl.de/gastronomie/wirtshaus-ayingers/wirtshaus-ayingers/)(they also have a hotel.) Personally I'm not a big fan on Munich although I spent 6 months working just outside but you can have some fun there...

suityou01
17th January 2011, 17:51
You don't get Altbier in München (actually I did find one pub years ago serving it,) it's a Rührpott drink (drank a fair bit this weekend in Düsseldorf.) I've stayed in the Hilton next to the Englisch Garten which wasn't too bad, one of the Best Westerns which was nothing to write home about but the Cosmopolitan (http://www.cosmopolitanhotel.de/)is quite okay as its right in the middle of Schwabing. Instead of going to the Hofbrauhaus (which is good fun mind you) try just across the street at Ayingers (http://www.platzl.de/gastronomie/wirtshaus-ayingers/wirtshaus-ayingers/)(they also have a hotel.) Personally I'm not a big fan on Munich although I spent 6 months working just outside but you can have some fun there...

Feelin dank :D

suityou01
17th January 2011, 17:54
You don't get Altbier in München (actually I did find one pub years ago serving it,) it's a Rührpott drink (drank a fair bit this weekend in Düsseldorf.) I've stayed in the Hilton next to the Englisch Garten which wasn't too bad, one of the Best Westerns which was nothing to write home about but the Cosmopolitan (http://www.cosmopolitanhotel.de/)is quite okay as its right in the middle of Schwabing. Instead of going to the Hofbrauhaus (which is good fun mind you) try just across the street at Ayingers (http://www.platzl.de/gastronomie/wirtshaus-ayingers/wirtshaus-ayingers/)(they also have a hotel.) Personally I'm not a big fan on Munich although I spent 6 months working just outside but you can have some fun there...

Und iz it possible to get zer by train from London. I hate flying. :eyes

Edit : I mean quickly. The red eye from Gare du Nord takes 10 hours :(
Is there a connection from Brussels or summat.

suityou01
17th January 2011, 18:10
Und iz it possible to get zer by train from London. I hate flying. :eyes

Edit : I mean quickly. The red eye from Gare du Nord takes 10 hours :(
Is there a connection from Brussels or summat.

Yep, cheers for the neg. :D

darmstadt
17th January 2011, 18:53
I did the train from Frankfurt to London last year, around 6 hours so you would have to do London - Brussels - Köln - München. I would expect between 8-10 hours travelling but you can get pissed on the trains on the mainland :happy

suityou01
17th January 2011, 21:26
I did the train from Frankfurt to London last year, around 6 hours so you would have to do London - Brussels - Köln - München. I would expect between 8-10 hours travelling but you can get pissed on the trains on the mainland :happy

Squeezyjet it is then. I shall be staggering back to here (http://www.leonardo-hotels.com/germany-hotels/munich-hotels). :D

TimberWolf
17th January 2011, 21:36
Why don't you visit one of those naughty (but not to the Germans) health spas and report back.

suityou01
17th January 2011, 21:39
Why don't you visit one of those naughty (but not to the Germans) health spas and report back.

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Do go on :D

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TimberWolf
17th January 2011, 21:44
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Do go on :D

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Just about anywhere that has a sauna from what I gather, where the women go nude, including gyms and public baths. It may be a product of my wild imagination, but I guess this means that a gym's top female's gash will be on display. How good is that? A far cry from prudish Britain.

suityou01
17th January 2011, 21:46
Just about anywhere that has a sauna from what I gather, where the women go nude, including gyms and public baths. It may be a product of my wild imagination, but I guess this means that a gym's top female's gash will be on display. How good is that? A far cry from prudish Britain.

Continentals are hairy and unkempt.

HTH

TimberWolf
17th January 2011, 21:47
Continentals are hairy and unkempt.

HTH

Didn't you read the other thread where this myth was dispelled?

cojak
17th January 2011, 21:49
Chef's yer man for this kind of thing.

PM him, I haven't seen him around for the last couple of days...

suityou01
17th January 2011, 21:49
Didn't you read the other thread where this myth was dispelled?

Oh FFS I'm going to have to go and investigate now, aren't I :rolleyes:

suityou01
17th January 2011, 21:51
Chef's yer man for this kind of thing.

PM him, I haven't seen him around for the last couple of days...

He frequents saunas to sniff out hairy German sorts. :laugh

Not me missus.

SY02 is peering over my shoulder as I type. :nerd

TimberWolf
17th January 2011, 21:59
Oh FFS I'm going to have to go and investigate now, aren't I :rolleyes:

http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/62819-germany-3.html#post1262015

http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/62819-germany-4.html#post1262020

Yep; and they aren't all hairy either.

http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/62819-germany-6.html#post1262154

...are not hairy at all...


Nothing wrong with a minge though IMO.

RichardCranium
17th January 2011, 22:27
Oh FFS I'm going to have to go and investigate now, aren't I :rolleyes:I strongly advise you to not trust the wind-up merchants on here. Go with your instinct: go and do the research for yourself, it's the only way to be sure. :wink

And tell SY02 I said it was OK.

Moscow Mule
17th January 2011, 22:34
This place was alright...

Euro Youth Hostels in Munich Hostel: München Hostel: Euro Youth Hotel Munich (http://www.euro-youth-hotel.de/)

TimberWolf
17th January 2011, 22:39
I strongly advise you to not trust the wind-up merchants on here. Go with your instinct: go and do the research for yourself, it's the only way to be sure. :wink

And tell SY02 I said it was OK.


WIS + report evidence back here.

TimberWolf
17th January 2011, 22:43
This (http://goo.gl/maps/OtvT) place is close to the city centre.

suityou01
17th January 2011, 22:47
This (http://goo.gl/maps/OtvT) place is close to the city centre.

Already booked somewhere chum. :smile

TimberWolf
17th January 2011, 22:48
Already booked somewhere chum. :smile

Does it have a sauna?

suityou01
17th January 2011, 22:49
Does it have a sauna?

Ich weiss nicht.

TimberWolf
17th January 2011, 22:56
Ich weiss nicht.

Well be sure to check one out and report back, if you can bare it. You can be our German foreign correspondent.

suityou01
18th January 2011, 10:05
Yep, cheers for the neg. :D

More anonymous negging :D

DILLIGAF, seriously :rolleyes:

RichardCranium
18th January 2011, 10:22
More anonymous negging :D

DILLIGAF, seriously :rolleyes:I suspect someone got a bollocking off his wife this morning and now he's sulking but too timid & passive to release it any other way.

Funny, innit? There's someone out there, giggling quietly to themselves, because they done something a little bit naughty on the InterNet and can't be caught for it.

Bless.

Probably was the sort of child that pulled the wings off flies.

Mich the Tester
18th January 2011, 10:28
Contractors (http://www.koenigshof-hotel.de/en/)

Permies (http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187309-d201884-Reviews-Hotel_Modern-Munich_Bavaria.html)