Holiday Inn Munich-Schwabing
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... close friend of Chris and GG, Jess, who had been there since 8am to reserve a table – suffice to say she was a little merry by the time we rolled in, as was Greenie when we bumped in to him at 11am who had been at Ned Kelly’s since 6am watching the footy chanting ‘Alan, Alan’ looking out for me – sorry mate (Greenie later mentioned he and Anja were in bed at 5pm that day!) After our initial 1ltr stein, or perhaps our third stein, we decided to hit one ...
... portion as the regular portions are huge and even I have trouble finishing a meal that size. I still felt a bit hungry after finished the entrée, so ordered a small mixed salad as well, which came with a very good balsamico yogurt dressing.
After dinner I decided to have a look at the Hofbrauhaus as it's nearby. The main floor was the usual "zoo" and filled with tourists having their mug of beer and their "authentic German experience" and of course the ...
Woke up and had another peach danish from the corner cafe for breakfast, this time I knew how to ask for takeaway but got tripped up on large or small, oops. Caught the S-Bahn out to Dachau and a bus to the memorial site, then spent about 2 1/2 hours with an audioguide going through the site and reading everything in the museum, a definite must-see. Had Mcdonalds for lunch at the ...
... I did not. The hike got worse before it got better. After a small downward gradient the trail headed sharply upward.
By the time we arrived, we were good and wet. However, given the uphill climb, warm temperatures and high humidity, it was difficult to know just how much the rain contributed to our dampened condition. Regardless!!! Once we found the beer hall, all was well with the world. The monks at the monastery brew their own beer and they share it.
With one more key sight to see in Nuremburg relating to the Nazi campaign, we stopped in to see the unfinished Luitpoldhain stadium, a massive space planned to host rallies, propaganda events and sporting events in support of the national socialist party. This thing was huge (especially by 1940's standards), it could seat 50,000 people and would be big enough to have 6 or 7 football fields. Today it’s more of an eerie shell of an ...