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... ll separate the story into things I remember and things that I needed reminding of from here. In no particular order, I remember getting into the blue sky outside. I remember being incredibly happy. I remember sitting at the back of a beer hall, then more in the centre. I remember there being a real sleaze dick being creepy to the girls so we kept him at bay. I remember seeing the window outside and seeing it was still light, and me wondering how on earth it still could ...
... experiment adding things like ox bile & calf feet to the brews? People used to die after drinking some brews yuk! Wilhelm the 1st was a good bloke as he decreed only hops, barley & water shall be used to brew. And that's what every country does even today. Hofbrauhaus was originally only allowed to be used by nobility & known as the beer palace when it was later expanded. King Ludwig I was also a top bloke because he opened hofbrauhaus ...
... dinner which we were hoping would help us get to sleep (spoiler alert: it did not).
Upon boarding the plane, we were advised we could turn our individual lights on and off because they would be turning down the lights as it was an overnight flight. My individual light was already on, so Brittany, being the helpful friend she is, decided to figure out how to turn mine off. She kept pressing on it and turning it and nothing ...
... was way too much food for what we had wanted for lunch and more than what we had wanted to pay. Oh well! The first day in a different country is the hardest, as there is always a lot to learn.
We then ventured to our motel, which was about 4 blocks away. Along the way, we meandered into this beautiful Catholic Church. Our motel was a sleek, modern place with a great lobby in turquoise and white. The actual room was this modern and cozy space. ...
Today we are off on a tram ride. From our apartment we took the U3 to Sendlinger Tor (aslo known as the Sendlinger Gate) saw another Christmas Market there. We will check it out on our return to the city as we need to make a bank stop.
Let's talk a bit about money. Germany was an early adopter of the Euro as the EU currency. Great Britain although in the EU did not give up their Pound . I first tour in German the currency was the West Germany Mark and it ...