Hotel & Hostel Hallbergerhof
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... circumstances at age 40 in 1886.
Fussen was the end of the cycling for Jim and Werner. They cycled 1113 km in 19 cycling days, a brisker pace than when I am along as I like to "anchor" in various places.
They stayed in Fussen overnight, then caught a train to Munich the next day. Arriving in Munich, they boxed up the ponies for the flight home and then headed for Oktoberfest to toast their accomplishments with many steins ...
... the war and photos inside show the damage. Outside, 16th and 17th century tombstones are plastered onto the wall. The altar and ceiling frescoes have been marvelously restored with restoration still on-going. A fragile sandstone Gothic altar survived the war. A tomb of Munditia is in a side chapel - she was a third century martyr whose remains were given to Munich by Rome. By now we were starting to feel foot weary so the ...
... Bavaria) is that they wear dirndls and lederhosen the way we wear jeans and t-shirts (especially in beer halls). Day two, we had pre-booked a bike tour with "Mike's Bike Tours" for the morning and early afternoon. Before going on the trip a bunch of people had told us they really enjoyed their bike tour in Munich, and I am so glad we decided to do it! It was a great way to see the city! Florence, Venice, and Innsbruck are all much smaller than they look on a ...
... Much. Food. Cailee and me decided to split a giant pretzel and cheese dip, and each got our own liter of beer. I went for a radler because I hate beer, so maybe half beer half lemonade wouldn’t be too bad. I also picked a liter because I didn’t know there was an option for a smaller size, plus I’m in Germany so why not? That is however a bad mentality when you hate beer and you don’t know if you even like the beer you are ...
... liverwurst and today our daily baked special was... Wait for it.... Stollen and homemade Zwetschgenkuchen (plum cake). It was just like my Mum used to make when I was younger... I was in heaven but only had one piece (I could have eaten the whole cake!) Full to the brim, we headed out to get to the Residenz a Munich by open time. We have learned that if you get to big sites at open time you almost always miss the tour groups who don't arrive til later. This ...