Akzent Hotel Alte Linde Wieling

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Wieling 5, Feldafing, , Baden-Wurttemberg, 82340, Germany
Akzent Hotel Alte Linde Wieling
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 12% higher than other 3.5 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Bierstiefel ("Beer Boot") in Munich?

by celebslam

My girlfriend and are a planning a trip to Europe for this mid-December. We'll be in Munich about a day. Is there any good place to drink a Bierstiefel (i.e. "Beer Boot") in Munich that will let you keep that glass as a souvenir?


Re: Bierstiefel ("Beer Boot") in Munich?

by qaminari

You can buy them: http://www.bavariashop.com/Oktoberfest/Bierstiefel_Oktoberfest_2009_-_0_5l.html
However, this mentions that at the beer garden in the Englischer Garten you can keep the glass (not the boot-shaped one) rather than claim back the deposit: http://www.free-city-guides.com/munich/

Re: Bierstiefel ("Beer Boot") in Munich?

by travelfrosch

I've seen the "boot" drinking game/contest performed (but thankfully never participated myself) many times in various places around Germany, but never in Bavaria. I would think the traditional Bavarian 1-liter "Masskrug" would be plenty big, anyway. If you ask, you can normally buy souvenir glasses/mugs from just about any beer hall or beer garden for a few Euros.

Re: Bierstiefel ("Beer Boot") in Munich?

by Manara

I don't think any establishment gives these glasses as souvenirs. On the contrary, there are places where they ask for a cash deposit when people order a Bierstifel, and return the money when they retrieve the glass.
This policy makes me think that in the past too many people must have "forgotten" to return their glasses.

Travel Tips for Munich

Visit places around the city...

by manishboy

Visit places around the city that are off the beaten path. Mix and mingle with the Bavarian people in their everyday life and you may not want to come home. The Gasthof Wollinger. It is my favorite place to be in Munich.

Visit the Oktoberfest! The...

by kiki2000

Visit the Oktoberfest! The Munich Oktoberfest - known by the locals as the 'Wiesn' - is the biggest public festival in the world and will be held in 2001 for the 168th time. Each year, the Oktoberfest is attended by around 6 million visitors, who drink around 5 million liters of beer and consume over 200,000 pairs of pork sausages - mostly in the 'beer tents' put up by the traditional Munich breweries.

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by draguza

The "Biergarten", or beer gardens, are outdoor bars and also restaurants which serve German food and the finest German beers. They are very popular in Muenchen and attract lots of tourists. The beer there is brewed on site. Frequent goers earn their own bronze mug (it is almost a barrel!) It is at the biergartens that Germans sing, dance and have fun, tasting the delicious home beer and the pretzel bread.

Krinoline - since 1924 on Oktoberfest

by globetrott

Krinoline is a really nice, Bavarian kind of merry-go-round.
It got the name Krinoline because of the very special way it moves. (Krinoline is french for petticoat)
It does not only go around in cercles, but makes also a certain movement up and down, just like the petticoat of a traditional bavarian costume.
And the best of all is the slow ooompa-music that made the Krinoline one of the most popular attractions for people of all ages since 1924.

The price for a ride is very moderate, and you may find it rather close to Schichtl.


by William1982

Dachau concentration camp was a work camp, used by the Germans to produce armaments. Walking into the grounds you could be forgiven for thinking it looks welcoming, its only when you enter the buildings and see the museum within that you understand what happened in this place.


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