Hotel Am Schlossberg
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... to see some strange
foreigners – perhaps in part because they were soused from celebrating for
quite a while. They invited us to imbibe as well, thrusting their own cups of
the local (and pretty rot-gut) moonshine into our hands. Dan had a couple of
drinks, while Lori managed to politely demur.
It was quite a step up, alcohol-wise, when next we found
ourselves in Italian hilltop villages in Tuscany. The area is of course known
for its excellent ...
... Munich the day after München Bayern (I think that's who they are, the local soccer team anyway) won some soccer cup, as most of the city centre was blocked off to control the crowds awaiting the team. But at the same time I did manage to make it into the main city centre before it was completely closed off to all traffic and make it up the tower at the church of St Peters, and got to experience the atmosphere from the awaiting fans gathering below without being among the ...
... the camp on April 29, 1945.
The little town of Dachau was undamaged during the war and is one of the best examples of what a typical German village would have looked like prior to WWII.
After arriving back in Munich, we ate dinner at the nearby Augustiner Beer Garden. ...
... The boys managed a thrill ride while Jess and I kept our feet on the ground endulging in chocolate dipped strawberries and tried our skill at a game of darts. Once back in the beer hall we continued our beer drinking, and like those around us took to the tables for some very unsafe dancing. The crowds were unbelievable, and it was no surprise we all became separated needing to find our own drunken way back home. For the rest of the week we went to a thermal health ...
... for the fish sandwich – NO WAY – they can’t be serious can they?
As we arrived at the beer tent there was a massive line to get in. We waited a good two hours to get in and that only happened because a beer maid came and asked for six girls only to be let in. We met some Kiwi girls in the line who also got us inside the hall and soon enough we hooked into our first stein. We found the gang and basically it all went downhill from ...