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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 …
... English menu ordered a couple Steins, one of the Original and a Dark.
Feeling pretty peckish we also got involved in the almost as famous and very German meal of pork knuckle and potato dumpling. The meal itself was good but after our Prague pork experience it had big shoes to fill, how it did feel these shoes was with beer and plenty of it.
Having enjoyed our meal we were in the middle of discussing our trip and what we could've, should’ve and ...
... made us realize that we hadn't eaten properly in about 14 hours. So after a few hours of exploring, we had lunch at a classic Munich beerstube (beer hall and restaurant) recommended by our hosts, right near Old Town Square. After a meal of schnitzel and spatzle and pretzels and beer, I'm going to need some vegetables very soon before I implode.
After lunch, we visited the Hofbrauhaus, the oldest beer hall in Munich. The third floor of the hall is ...
... a nice pizza. Yes, we know we are in Germany but we are not very fond of sauerkraut and dumplings!! Over dinner and drinks, it was decided to do a tour of Dachau Concentration Camp Tour the next day. Surprise! Surprise! No Hop On Hop Off Bus. We gave that a miss in Munich as all the top tourist spots were close to our hotel.
The next day we went to the Tourist Information Centre to purchase our tickets for the tour of ...
... Arts and is now going to train to be a teacher. So we had lots to talk about. We have met some lovely people on our travels, both young and old and quite a few NZers. Just a couple of art works, yes I know! The plastic "hay" bales are dotted around a number of parks, just as they would in the country. These ones are in front of the Pinakothek Moderne, inside of which we found these beautiful light works by ...