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Our entire group walked to the famous Hofbrauhaus and had reservations in the Great Hall. This hall was used by Hitler to entertain his officers.
On this visit, we were entertained by musicians and dancers in the traditional Bavarian fashion. Dinner was pork and dumplings - the team was happy to sample the local beer.
Munich is a beautiful city - unfortunately with leaving early in the morning, we were only able to tour ...
... got me situated in a warm corner booth (and on their wifi) for the next hour or so. After I finished lunch (not really sure what I ate, I just took the guys recommendation) I headed to try to find how to get up to Nonnberg Abbey. I fought the rain, and the rain won. I could no longer walk in the cold pouring rain. I stopped at the first souvenir shop and bought the most touristy umbrella with music notes on it and everything for too much money for an umbrella ...
I arrived in Munich mid morning Saturday and 70 euro later I was at My hotel. A small but centrally located boutique hotel that had rooms modeled after The Hudson (including a glass shower wall) designed off the fab.com web pages. Mince my friend Derek arrived from Berlin we decided to walk around the Oktoberfest grounds sans lederhosen to get a feel for what to expect Sunday, our day to participate. Everything you have ...
... displeased. I really don't think they give a damn about the customers. It is all about the bottom line for them. But, what they fail to recognize, is that I am in this tour and will not let these things be swept under the carpet. We paid good money for a promise of many things on this tour. Trafalgar has failed to meet many of their commitments in my opinion.
A LENGTHY letter will be composed and sent off to them when we return home. Some guests may let this slide ...
... café near the abbey. Dan was actually lucky
enough to get one sip when a guy at the bar of a restaurant that also served
the beer offered him a taste.
And here’s how to torture an American beer lover: send him
or her into a Belgian supermarket. Even
stores in little towns have amazing beer selections, and they are incredibly
cheap compared to the prices for Belgian imports in the U.S. It is tough to
resist the urge to leave with scores of ...