Derag Livinghotel Karl Theodor
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... called the Hofbrauhaus. It was packed on a Tuesday night - filled with people young to old, local to tourist. Everybody is seated family style, and a traditional German band played great music 25 feet from our table. We all ordered liters of beer in heavy glass steins and yes, I ordered the wiennersnitzchle! We talked and clanked glasses all evening. German beer is the best beer I have tasted since entering ...
Oktoberfest! We took the train into Munich and met Anthony at the Hofbrahaus tent in Oktoberfest land. It's huge! There are hundreds of stalls selling food - bratwurst, pomme frits, caramelised nuts, crepes, drinks, rides, toys.. Everything! There are heaps of people wandering around the grounds, from young pre-school children to grandparents! We headed into the Augustine bier tent around 10.30am. The ...
... way of tram and then took the chance to find a geocache and meeting another geocaching couple this time from the USA and had fun comparing stories of caches we have found on our travels. The evening was topped off with ice-cream followed by a relaxing 1hr20min train ride back to Schliersee.
We certainly had a full day today and are all a little tired. It is hard to believe tonight will be our last sleep in Europe as we start our flight home to Australia tomorrow ...
... made famous for the war trials held after WWII. We were able to enter the actual courtroom while we listened to information about the room and the trials. The room was enlarged for the trials, but was changed back to its original size afterward. The are talking about changing it back again to what it looked like during the trials.
Hitler used Nuremberg as a rallying point for his troops. One of the places ...
... and playing with the girls.
Tobias’ parents, who we got to know several years ago, came for dinner one night and they made Livercheese. The dish is neither liver or cheese but rather minced veal, pork and other things. It is sold in a baking pan and when it is baked the top forms a crust, looking like a loaf of bread. That served with pretzels, ...