Travel Blogs from Munich
... br> friends around the village. Lori’s good friend Saffy is quite fond of palm
wine, but otherwise it is mostly men who drink alcohol.
Our beverage highlight in Africa was going with a palm wine
tapper to watch him ply his trade. On the trees he taps he has built a kind of
bamboo ladder/scaffold structure to assist him in reaching the upper portion of
the tree where the fermented liquid is found, albeit one that still requires
... business class cabin.
We arrived to Munich and set out for our hostel, which was only a block away. We were so hungry though, so we stopped at a kebab type restaurant and ordered this delicious meat pastry called a börek. It was so good that we decided to just have dinner there and ordered some more food including German goulash. It was not as good as Czech goulash.
We then found Jaegershostel, a bright red building in between ...
... and the "Munchken-ians' are protesting any notion of having to wear bike helmets; its been a mild winter and very little snow around (though i am wearing at least 4 layers whenever i go out!).
... beer wench and also got our first giant pretzel.
Inside the tent there is music playing, some songs more popular than others. There was a popular chant between the songs that ended in one, two, three Prost! And of course everyone clinked their glasses and took a swig of their beers. There are people walking around selling you pretzels, t-shirts, offering to take souvenir photos, personalised mugs, hats etc. there is also a full menu available with half ...
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第三天一早 ;，我們出 2;去Fussen，坐了 ;，不，睡ߚ ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking