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Travel Blogs from Munich
... Greeks love to
hang out in cafes, and one of the things they do is drink. Beer is popular,
with the local weak lager Mythos a typical if uninspired choice. We managed to
find a beer-oriented restaurant near our hotel in central Athens; it was not a
brew pub, but it did feature good beers from around the world, including some
interesting and tasty local brews. Everywhere people start to brew good beer it
gets popular – go figure!
Many of the ...
... the cole slaw with bacon. I loved it. Sandy hated it. I ordered another beer...I loved it...you know the rest! LOL!
Got some great pictures outside and inside.
Decided it was about time to leave. Bought some souvenirs and headed home. Sandy was still hungry. Remember, she hated what we ordered. So we stopped by a McDonald's for a fish sandwich on the way home. I thought I was the first one who would give in to McDonald's on this ...
... sauce), and Grace had a chocolate/chocolate pastry. We then rode the subway back to the train station and were on our way back to Ulm, then back to Ravensburg, and finally, back to Weingarten. We got back to the apartment around 9pm and we were exhausted! We all slept through the night for the first night since we got here! It was so nice...We're planning on going back to Munich with Adam in a few weeks and will tour some of the things outside of the town center ...
... liverwurst and today our daily baked special was... Wait for it.... Stollen and homemade Zwetschgenkuchen (plum cake). It was just like my Mum used to make when I was younger... I was in heaven but only had one piece (I could have eaten the whole cake!) Full to the brim, we headed out to get to the Residenz a Munich by open time. We have learned that if you get to big sites at open time you almost always miss the tour groups who don't arrive til later. This ...
... place to visit and we cannot help but feel overly thankful for everything that we have this Thanksgiving. Our lives have been easy, our lives have been good. Steve and I have been given incredible opportunities in our lives to learn and explore this crazy world, including places like Dachau, we could not be more thankful. We are thankful for: freedom, family & friends, German sausage & beer halls, travelling, each other, crazy King Ludwig, ...