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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Germany redeemed itself to me through Munich. It has that old school charm, even though everything had to be rebuilt after the WW2 bombings. They reconstructed the city to look as if it hadn't been destroyed so many years ago. I learned that while Munich is a major city in Germany, they identify more so as Bavarians than Germans. The tour guide even made a point to say how they may get offended by any confusion there. Things I noticed: -bikes lanes everywhere (like much of Europe) ...
Up early to have a breakfast of a boiled egg, toasted bun and you grunt and muesli. Tidied up the apartment for Sonia and we were off by 10:00 in the VW Polo. We traveled first to Frasdorf which is the next little village North of Ashau and the under the freeway to go via a small rural road towards Rosenheim. About 15 mins we need up in Riedering and hit a detour because the town were bringing the new Maibaum to the area by the church so the ...
... they would play this song that must have been a German drinking song or something because every time it came on you would have to prost everyone at your table for the duration of the song. The waitresses were super strong and were able to carry at least 4 or 5 liters of beer in each hand. I could barely hold up my single liter so I was very impressed. Even an empty mug was super heavy! We also had a delicious pretzel. The only thing that would have made ...
... Garden. While we were walking through the garden we saw the creek that runs through it (there's actually two), a Japanese tea house (what?), people swimming in the creek, many people sun baking in bikinis and the Chinese Tower. We also had some ice cream.
At the Chinese Tower there was a beer garden. So we bought some fizzy drinks and two giant pretzels and found somewhere nice to sit on the grass. After ...
... We're currently making plans for tomorrow, so you might be as surprised as us.
Hitler gave one of his rousing beer house speeches at the Hofbrahaus. We did learn that much of the original hall was destroyed in WWII bombings. They've rebuilt it since then, and it is thriving tonight.
Tonight, before bed, we met a world renowned artist unbeknownst to us, named Paulo Akiiki. He is a landscape artist from Uganda. You can check him out ...