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... Garten, another large offering, with a Chinese themed pagoda, housing a raucous oompah band, as its centre piece! And, of course, no visit to Munich would be complete without having a beer at Hofbrauhaus, a cavernous beer hall in the centre of town, chock-full with patrons sitting at long tables, elbow to elbow, swilling, singing and swaying (think 'stone cutters' from 'the Simpsons' and you won't be too far off the mark)! As Hofbrauhaus was my last stop, I decided to ...
We left in good time as we had quite a big drive to Berlin. On the was we were going to strop in a town recommended by the Beatle fan we met at Leipzig.
Little did I know that we were going to my spiritual home! Wolfsburg is the H Q of VW.we went to what was called a theme park but it was more of a motor museum set in an amazing modern water park.
They looked at ...
... 15 minutes at a shopping centre to grab a drink. I went and found a supermarket with Anthony, Emily and Lauren. We all wanted some water. Only mineral water. No still water. We bought some and I tried to drink it but couldn't, so Anthony ended up with 2 bottles. I will fill an empty bottle from the tap before we leave next time. The tap water in Germany in beautiful. It is much nicer than the bottled water we were getting in China and certainly nicer than Adelaide ...
... shown all the main buildings/areas eg. the Berlin Wall, before checking into our hostel. We still had 2 hours before dinner so we decided to go for a short wander back up the strip of Berlin Wall (which is practically right outside our hostel) to see the strip that we didn't get a chance to see before. Dinner was at 6:30 in the hostel, and like the other "Plus" hostels was a bit average. We got soup which was nice, it was like a chowder d some form. Then ...
... And when I ordered some salad to go with it the waitress said to me, "No, that would be far too healthy to go with Eisbein."
Another suburban church. Perhaps it's the religion tax that keeps them all going rather than any inherent piety amongst the Germans
This is definitely a pretty impressive piece of graffiti but I'm not really sure of its significance.
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