A&O Muenchen Hauptbahnhof
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... to very slow service that was reminiscent of ordering a drink at a busy bar), she to joined in the consumption festivities and we all got to know our tablemates…two older couples out of Florida and New York there and a short jaunt. The two men were actually cousins and one worked for Delta airlines. It turned out he flew out there for just the weekend to spend time with his cousin and their wives. ...
... said, tongue in cheek, I guess that came to pass but not in the way Hitler meant it. We went into the building where the Munich Accord was signed where Hitler agreed not to invade Czechoslovakia, but of course he did it less than a year later. The other buildings in that area are either art m Our tour ended here. It was almost 3 hours long and only cost 15 Euros. It was a great tour and we learned a lot.
We got back on the underground ...
... of a hand rolled Cuban cigar. Heck, my dog is Cuban and I should be able to teach him something of his heritage . . .
Then we enter the food and wine/schnapps portion of Dallmayr. The coffee here is legendary. The tea -- something else. And while, I do not like tea, I love seeing it being weighed and measured from huge porcelain vases with intricate detailed paintings.
The bread is unbelievable! Huge loaves of preservative free breads. I am ...
... people out enjoying the sun.
Outside of the Gardens we decided to abandon the Munich tour and head to Lowenbrau Keller, the last remaining "Bier City" in Munich. Now properly lazy for the afternoon Gab had us work it off with a walk down to the residence - but we never made it, eventually declaring ourselves lost it was Uber to the rescue for the second time in one day - taking us back to pick up the hire car.
I should say a truck - a full size VW Transporter, fits all of ...
We left Bruges and headed for Cologne on Monday morning..approx 188 miles. Stopped to get diesel 1.39 euros - bit cheaper than at home..Stopped at the services and tried a Croque Monsieur- umm ok I suppose although Ernie ate most of it. Great two lane motorways in Germany which appear to move fairly fast ..and tailgating seems to be a popular sport! You have to learn the rules of the road very ...