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... the late eighties and early nineties that the Berlin Wall was taken down.
While in Berlin, I had the chance to try more German food. Even though Berlin is a lot different culturally than Munich, their food is very similar. For dinner on Friday we went to the Gaffel Haus where I had original Weiner Schnitzel and their house beer. On Saturday we went to a brewery called the Berliner Republik. They have around 18 beers that they keep on tap, and depending on ...
... more friendly faces to fill the table! This place is of course everything that you imagine a German beer hall to be and we had a wonderful time sharing this experience with my family as well. Phil and I ordered the huge steins of beer and everyone indulged in traditional German cuisine…it was quite the meal. Since this culinary experience was quite the marathon, that was really all we did on our first night in town but it set us up nicely for the rest of our time ...
Nic found us a great deal on bus tickets again and we are rolling business class towards Prague. She keeps asking me what I want to see there, but I fall short of a solid explanation other than I just want to. This is far from satisfactory for her but she finally accepts.
We may just have to invest in two really nice bikes before this journey is over. The idea of a 500 mile hike just keeps becoming more ridiculous with these bags. Peddling ...
... of things and it only came to 65 euros. I also got a six pack of longnecks for 2.3 euros (I cried). When we got home we all relaxed for a bit and had some bevs. Deejay insisted on making dinner (I will insist tonight dw I'm pulling my weight) and made potato salad and sausages. The stove was being a **** though, stupid useless electric thing. Dinner was good. After dinner Niamh did a load of washing and halfway through the top of the ...
... Naturally, a glorified mall cop on a bike caught me and scolded me like only a German can. The park is full of faded roller coasters and water rides covered in vines and moss, fallen down life-sized dinosaurs, burned buildings, and a Ferris wheel that slowly rotates in the wind. I died.
The Weinerschnitzel: Delish. Food is heavy in Germany, but how can you not eat schnitzel, wurst and pretzels? With a side of beer, of course. ...