Hotel Grunwald Garni
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... Bavaria (a region in Europe) or the Nazis and Hitler. For lunch, Kevin took us to the second biggest Biergarten in Germany, There is one in Berlin, Germany that is the biggest. There I had my first beer; non-alcoholic of course. After lunch, we didn't see anything as intriguing as the beginning of the tour except the surfers on the RIVER. We did, however, have a big hill called Bikers Nightmare to deal with. I went up the hill with out walking my bike (which was the challenge ...
... not to put the skates on we instead grabbed a couple more steaming hot mugs and a bagel whilst entertaining ourselves watching the Zamboni man prepare the ice for the eagerly waiting children.
Wine drunk we moved along to the main square of Marien Platz that is home to the famous Glockenspiel and also has a big Christmas market. Making a note to return to the market and maybe another cheeky little wine we headed for beer drinker Mecca, the Hofbrauhaus!!
... to find her looking at the pretty ponies/ magnificent beer Clydesdales
- Meeting 1990's German Justin Timberlake who happily signed Annie's JT concert ticket
- Smelling delicious Cinnamon covered nuts - particularly funny when they were cashews (turns out we are all friends with Cossie)
- The beers - duh! Steph even drank 2 full steins (she ordered 4 and finished half each time...more for me)
- Schweinhaxe (pork knuckle - great!) and gelatinous potato ...
With the special occasion of making it to the rather confusing age of 24, I bought myself a plane ticket. To Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia.
My life in Munich has been generally great, with sprinkles of amazing all over. Even though the area that I have been studying has not been of ...
... day at the beer halls. This morning we thought I would be a good idea to go and explore the festival and get some pictures. I’m so glad that we did this because the festival itself is truly amazing and full of life. The history, food, people, art and the overall experience is one that I shall never ever forget.
As we went back into the beer tents the guys had managed to score a table with chairs – what a treat. We got a stein and ...