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... of a hand rolled Cuban cigar. Heck, my dog is Cuban and I should be able to teach him something of his heritage . . .
Then we enter the food and wine/schnapps portion of Dallmayr. The coffee here is legendary. The tea -- something else. And while, I do not like tea, I love seeing it being weighed and measured from huge porcelain vases with intricate detailed paintings.
The bread is unbelievable! Huge loaves of preservative free breads. I am ...
... down a little as the game went on, but it returned at the end of the game. Germany was in the semifinals! On the way home, the subway cars had German soccer scarves draped across the windows, little kids waved German flags, fire engines blew their sirens, and people honked their horns though the city streets. After visiting Dachau, it was nice to see that the German people have regained their pride in part because of ...
... Good thing I did, the owner said that they were all made of horse! Now I know some people like eating horse, but we do not like the idea at all. At this point we gave up on the sausage idea and ended up getting a fish baguette and a glass of white wine.
After lunch we walked to the Hofbrauhaus for a drink. Can't be in Munich without going there even though I don't like beer. I had a sip of Gary's massive beer (which he couldn't even finish) and ...
... t in costume, and the rest of us followed! We met some Germans, (as expected at the first day of Oktoberfest) and they nicely translated the German from the folk songs to us! We joined in where we could with the english songs we knew and the one german drinking song we had learnt on the bus! "Ein Prosit, ein Prosit, Der Gemütlichkeit, Ein Prosit, ein Prosit, Der Gemütlichkeit. OANS ZWOA DREI! G'SUFFA!" There was live music in the tent ...
... was established in Carolingian times. In 1255
it was chosen as the residence of the Wittelsbach family, the dukes of Bavaria
and later became (1506) the capital of the dukedom.
During the Thirty Years War, Munich was occupied (1632) by Gustavus II of Sweden.
In 1806 the city was made capital of the kingdom of Bavaria. Under the kings
Louis I (1825–48), Maximilian II (1848–64), and Louis II (1864–86),
Munich became ...