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The next brew of the day came at one of the long communal tables in the convivial atmosphere of the huge Hoffbrauhaus, another aged venue, started by Duke Wilhelm 5th in 1592, with some dudes in lederhosen knocking out a bit of oompah music to jolly things along. I felt I had earned a drink at that stage, as we had climbed the 360 steps to the bell tower of ...
... For the beers, Jus started small, only 500mls of the Hofbrauhaus Oktoberfest lager and I had a dark lager with lemonade (no I didn't order a German shandy, the waitress offered that as an option for non-beer drinkers and it was really nice). Jus then took it up a notch and ordered the same beer as the first in a stein, 1 litre. To finish it all off, we shared an apfel strudel. While he didn't get the full Oktoberfest experience, Jus had a ball today and I think was a ...
I arrived in Munich mid morning Saturday and 70 euro later I was at My hotel. A small but centrally located boutique hotel that had rooms modeled after The Hudson (including a glass shower wall) designed off the fab.com web pages. Mince my friend Derek arrived from Berlin we decided to walk around the Oktoberfest grounds sans lederhosen to get a feel for what to expect Sunday, our day to participate. Everything you have ...
... how we know that Santa Claus came in a sleigh? After a day at the palace grounds, we made our journey back to the center of Munich. On our way, we stopped to get a sweet treat and some warm drinks. It was a cute little cafe with some not so friendly staff. Oh well, the coffee was good, along with the atmosphere and neat quotes hanging on here wall in English. :) As we made our way into Marienplatz, we happened to run into a cigar shop. For all of those who don't know, ...
... that poor King Ludwig was mentally unfit to rule over Bavaria. Yet despite the exaggerated claims about King Ludwig's health, it was actually a believable accusation because his younger brother, Otto, had already been considered mentally ill and depressed. Therefore the minsters made the convincing argument that the failed mental capacity was hereditary. As a result, Dr. Bernhard Gudden, a psychiatrist, signed off on the diagnosis, ...