This was a frequent place to dine and talk over business and drink beer and other beverages. Quaint and easy to deal with and the food was good. An easy walk from the Munich Hilton Park hotel.
So, I ask myself on the way out of Munich, was it worth it to stay at the Munich Hilton Park hotel? If you are on business it is not bad but plan to spend $12 - $25 per cab ride to get around. You can walk to a few good restaurants but to get downtown and see more action you need to spend $15 Euros one way. The Tivoli restaurant in the hotel is pretty good at breakfast and the coffee is good and won't upset your stomach. That's a key point with me. If you get a large group in they may not be versed in waiting line protocol. Since the BMW HQ is in Munich you get Russian and Japanese contingents. When the Americans land you will get a kick out of watching them adapt to the feeding frenzy. The Executive Lounge has limited tolerance for noisy groups. The bar and lounge is ok to hang out and enjoy drinks and snacks with a work group. If you are bidding on a job, be careful to be quiet about your plans. As a man, I also enjoyed the way the European women dressed and their friendly nature, much different from the giddy types or the solemn types who are angling for something. Overall I found the experience friendly. The train travel and tram system is difficult for an American to understand so study hard and get help if you can. Use the internet a lot. The train ticketing tends toward Euro passes at $400 - $500 and then you discover you can book 1st class on a one-way train at $78 Euros. A trick is to book a seat on the train for an extra $5 Euros. That turns out to be important. Standing on a four hour train ride is a nightmare. I enjoyed the neighborhood atmosphere of Munich. It's everywhere. They don't seem to vary much and there are a lot of apartment and condo buildings. Stay away from the Casino's. They are like somebody's small room with 4 slots machines in them and they offer two or three rooms in them. Street people haunt them. But no one seems to bother you and you can freely move about. There are street people where the majority of the Casino's reside but they didn't bother me either. Getting a cab is a nightmare. You CANNOT hail a cab easily. So, follow them, until you can find a place where they line up. That's the way it's done. They line up in certain areas and you pick off the front cab and go. Most speak English enough to understand where you want to go. Women should travel in pairs or packs.
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