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... has a law that any place serving beer must admit the public to use the restroom. We didn't need to utilize this but it was good to know just in case! By 4:30, we were exhausted and were going to find a bakery to relax in but couldn't find one with available seating close to the train station...so, we walked BACK to the center of Munich for a bakery Carolin was familiar with where I had apple strudel (amazing), mom had a dumpling (tasted like angel food ...
... This was at 12pm. We didn't get inside a beer tent until 3pm. I'm not joking. It was ******* ridiculous. Granted, it was a Saturday, and we arrived relatively late. But you shouldn't have to stand around for 3 hours waiting to get inside. There is no discernible system of entry to the beer tents. You simply line up outside one of the doors and hope for the best. You are at the whim of the burly security guards, who only rarely let people inside, and seemingly at random. At ...
... me that if he saw me wearing anything of the sort that I would have shame placed upon me. So for the first time Matthew dorned his lederhosen and looked very much the part.
The site is basically a cross between a German Christmas Market as we know it in the UK and a giant fun fair. Hundreds of stalls selling sugared nuts, gingerbread hearts, bratwurst and pretzels. I couldn't resist the sweet nuts they are the ultimate treat and between us ...
... Bamberg’s luminosity. I am constantly taken aback by Bamberg’s timeless charm and quaintness. The medieval like architecture is out of this world, it feels like everywhere I look I am seeing something worthwhile. It’s hard to imagine the people actually LIVE here. I don’t know if I could ever get used to this
cobblestoned, old-fashioned city.
On Saturday we all took a very early train to Munich, Germany about 3 ...
... a pack of up to eighty people. And listening was difficult half the time. The tours were also tightly packed in. The next group was only five minutes behind at any stage. The interior, grand and varied (mixing Byzantine, Medieval, Gothic and even cave styles), in the end felt somewhat contrived, although the workmanship was clearly great. Modern elements like metal spiral staircases hurt the atmosphere. Back outside, we saw someone in heels, a skirt and ...