Acom Hotel Muenchen Haar
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... table in the room below the dining hall. When Ludwig was ready for his meal, he would enter the dining hall, ring a bell, and then the floor would open and the table would come up. When he finished, he would ring the bell again, and the table would go back down. If you get the chance to go to Neuschwanstein, you should. Even though it was never finished because Ludwig died of mysterious circumstances before it's ...
... to body slowly moving forward) from small shop to small shop, every one seemed to be more of a let down than the last until we finally gave up and decided we would find somewhere in the morning before we embarked on our adventure of actually drinking at the festival.
The next morning, I threw on my completely undersized lederhosen, pinching my waist in all the wrong places, and we walked into Marien Platz once more to find her a dress. Finally we ...
Today found us on yet another bus.....heading to the magical Neuschwanstein Castle ....about 2 hours south of Munich. It was just our group of 8...on a bus that would hold 24 or so people so it was quite comfortable. An interesting ride through Munich rush hour...good thing they have good public transportation otherwise I don't think anyone would be moving at all! Then into the German countryside and the small villages. Each ...
... in saline frozen chicken breast which were probably from stewing hens. Dessert was a shot glass sized portion of some whipped substance with one quarter of a strawberry on top. No beverage other than tap water. Absolutely horrid. I am sure prisoners each a better meal than the one we obviously overpaid for. The portions were comparable to a Costco sample, but extremely salty. I forgot to mention our appetizer of vegetable soup, or at least that is what they called ...
... the juice. One
typically buys palm wine from the tapper in a large plastic water bottle, and
drinks it from any handy cup.
The drink itself has a sort of mild, earthy, flat taste,
kind of like, well, fermented tree juice. Lori drank quite a bit of palm wine
when she was in Sierra Leone during her Peace Corps days, so she is quite fond
of it. Dan enjoyed trying it, but was not a huge fan. He looked for beer
instead. Star Beer is Sierra Leone’s ...