Hotel Landgasthof Hofmeier
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Today we went to the Hofbräuhaus and had sausages and sour kraut and a half chicken with crispy skin and some beer. I had Radler (the beer that is mixed with half lemonade!). We listened to the band play in their lederhosen and got served by waitresses in dirndls. Then that night we went to the opera for all event. We got a bottle of wine and breads ...
I had a quick stop at a bakery for breakfast for a pretzel and a croissant before going to the Weisser Turm, which is basically a tower that acts as a U Bahn station. In front of the tower there is a weird fountain called Ehekarussel Brunnen which depicts six interpretations of marriage based on the poem by Hans Sachs.
From here I got incredibly disoriented and instead of heading north, headed east ...
... end of the Romantic Road (or beginning, depending on your travel direction), a short distance from the Austrian border.
Fussen is a small town of about 15,000 people but full of tourists due to its Romantic Road locale and its big castles just outside the town. The one castle, Neuschwanstein, is famous as the inspiration for Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty castle and has been in a few movies. It is a 19th C. Romanesque Revival palace on a ...
... the length of the grounds. The construction for the the beer halls begins in July and takes about two months to complete. It then takes about a month to dismantle after the two week Octoberfest run concludes. So roughly a third of the year is dedicated to building or taking down this beer city. Yowza!
Another intersting fact. Tickets to the beer halls are sold by table – generally tables of 8 or 10. No
single tickets are sold so if you don't buy a group of ...
... then made our way to the bus stop. There was little appetite for the return hike. We missed the bus by 2 minutes. So we checked the schedule that didn't seem to bear any resemblance to what was actually happening. It turns out that we had a full 58 minute wait. A 30 minute bus ride took us to the Tutzing bahnhof and we were Munich bound by 4:00.
Now, if the beer hall at the monastery was not enough we decided to head downtown to central Munich and find ...