Hotel Am Schlossberg
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... Cloud) & that was also delicious! The last bar we stopped at we had honey schnapps which were soooo good! By this time we were all pretty wiped out so we decided to turn in for the night & meet up the next evening, since we both had different things planned for the next day (they had 5 days in Munich & we only had 2). Tomorrow Erik & I will be walking all day to check out more sites, so wanted to make sure to get a good nights sleep! ...
... We all had 8 small Nurnberger sausages either with kartoffel salad (potato salad) or sauerkraut. From there we went to the Hofbrauhaus for another beer. It was packed but we got a table in the courtyard. Then we stopped the Augustiner just across the street for yet another beer. After leaving there we went to a pizza place near the Haptbahnhof where Derek and Erin got a slice of what they call the world's best pizza. Then we went back to the hotel.
... and we sat down. Cory ordered a ordinary beer and I got a lighter sweeter beer the waiter suggested. They only have one size of beer, 1L, for €10. The beer was pretty good and because ow as thirsty, I drank it too fast and got sorta drunk. People walk up and down the tables selling things so I stopped the giant pretzel people and got one to snack on. It was about 130 when we finished our beers and decided to check out some of ...
... I drank it all.
After an amazing lunch at the beer garden we rode our bikes back to the shop where we said goodbye to our wonderful tour guides. We headed back to the hotel and I took a quick power nap before getting ready. We had dinner at the famous Hofbräuhaus, which was such a cool experience. The food was nothing amazing but it was definitely a lot more about the atmosphere. Every 10-15 minutes the band would play some song, and everyone would ...
... and adorned rooms. What was destroyed by WW2 has been restored to look like it did previously. The first room we are posting about is the Antiquarium. It is the oldest room in the house and spans 66m. It houses the antique sculptures and the paintings that adorn the walls and ceiling are just incredible and so finely detailed. 2nd room that we have chosen for the blog is the Emporer's Hall. The gilded and painted ceiling shows that Reason and Virtue should be the ...