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After an early continental breakfast at the hotel we lug our packs & gear the short walk past the cemetery & waterfall for the last time. We arrive at the camping village & board the bus straight away. Lauterbrunnen was a nice surprise, it wasn't a must see for us but it was a compulsory stop on the busabout loop. It's the most scenic place in the world I have ever seen & I'm a bit hesitant about what it will be like to be back in a busy city. The bus stops at Lucerne ...
... Too early to check in we hop on the train and head to Munich. We so the self guided Rick Steves walk. The Hafbrauhaus... It started raining so we has to stay in and have a couple liters... Very good! A little more walk and sight seeing...St. Peters church, Viktualienmarkt... Against out better judgement, back to the Hafbrahaus for more beer. Finally find the train back to our place. A late night snack and then out for the ...
... my first day in Munich. Tomorrow, I am taking a bus tour to Neuschwanstein and Linderhof castles (the fairy-tale castles of Bavaria) with a stop in
Oberammergau, the site of the once-per-decade Passion play (next in 2020).
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... in front of a full house on a crucial Champions League occasion. After our tour, we took the metro back into tour for our “last supper”. We picked another traditional Bavarian style beer hall/restaurant and sat outside. It was odd to think, that the next time we sat down for dinner, we would be at home. We sat over a drink and recounted our trip, scarcely able to believe that all these tales that we were telling were things that we had experienced ...
... Arrived, we all said it doesn't look very dark in there! We put our coats away then sat down and looked at the menu while we were still in the light. There was a few different options, chicken, beef, seafood, vegetarian or surprise! Then you choose from either three courses or four which includes a soup. It doesn't tell you what you will be eating for each course it just has like riddles using lots of adjectives to try to make you imagine what it might be. ...