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This will be the final post of the Ring Cycle blog as Jim and Werner returned September 27 from their adventures in Deutschland. They survived the last gruelling challenge - Oktoberfest in Munich! Here's a summary of the last bit of their trip.
After the many hills of the Romantic Road through the foothills of the Bavarian Alps, Jim and …
... same people as last night and did more talking than dancing. It’s always interesting to hear people’s stories on where they came from and how they ended up in Munich.
On Tuesday Lori had work and classes so I was on my own. I headed over to a part of Munich called Marienplatz where there was a Christmas market. I found a tourist information center and discovered that there was a Botanic Garden within the city. I jumped on the tram and was on my way. At one ...
... in your mouth. The only down side was that I thought the shredded horseradish was cheese so I had a while forkful of it. Turns out it's not cheese, and I don't care for horseradish that much. After dinner I headed back to the hostel to meet my friend who was supposed to be getting in. We had a chance to catch up before deciding it's bed time. It hasn't been a particularly long day, but I can always sleep more. So goodnight and küsse von München, ...
Our day began with a morning drive to Munich. We parked and walked to the city center just in time to see the Glockenspiel strike twelve o'clock-it is quite a show for fifteen minutes. We spent a few hours touring the city center and having lunch. We had our Augustiener Beer which Andrew had recommended to us. Leo's beer was a beer brewed just for the Oktoberfest. We left in ...
Day 7: May 24 Saturday Munich We boarded our bus and took a city tour. It was cloudy and windy and cold. We visited Schloss Nymphenburg. This is the summer palace the King (Ludwig I) had built for his queen. Unfortunately she only spent one summer in the palace. She caught pneumonia while caring for her children and died. Ludwig was devastated and died a few years later of a broken heart. Next we ...