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Saturday May 31, 2014
Hello My Dear Friends,
Today I took a bus tour southeast of Munich, into the Bavarian Alps, to visit Neuschwanstein, Oberammergau and Linderhof. It was a long day: 11 hours, but the weather was lovely; the first sunny day for two weeks. Living in Calgary, where the sun shines nearly every day, I find stretches of cloudy days gloomy.
The countryside outside of Munich is ...
... as one does when surrounded by beer halls. We decided to go the one that was both closest and the most recommended. Augustiner.
We ate dinner in the back garden. I had a roast pork dinner, with kraut slaw and potato dumpling. So tasty and a quite a flip from Italian cuisine. Germans definitely focus on meat. While Italians just focus on what is fresh. That beer is tasty. It wins. ...
... with onion domes and is the largest gothic chruch in southern Germany. Inside is the tomb of Ludwig IV King of Bavaria. The arches from the inside are so very tall, amazing what was built between 1468 and 1488.
On down the street to Karls Tor or Karls Gate, which overlooks Karlsplatz, and an Ice Skating rink. We stopped for some street food with kraut and sausage. And as ice skating lessons began, we watched the children as the slid across ...
... apartment to check in and then headed out to hunt for some lederhosen for the boys. No Luck! Too pricey and we’re thirsty and starving so we have to abort this task for now. We headed to Marienplatz and on to Hofbräuhaus. Wow, what a mad house! And to think tomorrow will be 1000 times crazier. It took awhile but we finally found a table. I ordered a Hofbräu original and the Munich Sauerbraten of Alpine Ox and a Bavarian pretzel of ...
... being in Austin's bus group, thank you to Katy's bad feet! On the train ride back we sat with this other young couple, Taylor and Matt from California, and talked about our travels just about the entire way. They were the same age as us, just graduated from college and Matt was actually from Mundeline, Illinois. What are the odds? We got back to the central station and everyone went their separate ways except for Austin, Taylor, Matt, Katy and myself. It was ...