Hotel Pension Enzian
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... as you would imagine them to be. I lost my appetite in there and was so captivated by it all, that it was eventually found by my mom who promptly said..."Kim, the group is waiting outside, it's past our meeting time" and we scurried off with me holding my head in shame.....forfeits I believe are being notched up against my name :) I tried a local dish over lunch....bratwurst and potato salad....hmmmm not really my bag, but when in Rome. The river ...
... the weather hadn’t improved much when I got there. However, that didn’t stop me from grabbing an umbrella and heading out to visit the world famous beer halls of Hofbrauhaus and Augustiner. The former is probably the most famous beer hall in the world, and had the tourist masses, souvenir shop and Bavarian oompah band to prove it. The latter was a bit more traditional and folksy in my eyes, and I think I preferred the more low-key atmosphere. ...
... down the block and chose this quaint place furnished in wood. It ended up being an Italian restaurant. So yes, we did eat at an Italian restaurant while in Germany, days before going to Italy. Initially we were frustrated by this, but the food was delicious. We then bought two half liters of beer at the bodega nearby, and drank them out in the garden before going on an evening walk around the bustling neighborhood.
The next morning, we woke up ...
... to figure out where the security checkpoint was. Found it, but since the monitors hadn't changed the times, there was already a long line for security. The man at the business class check in said to come back in about 30 minutes. We exchanged our Euros, Swiss Francs, and Polish Zlotny's for US dollars, back to the lounge and then to security. The line was incredibly slow, and it dumped us in a very crowded, very small waiting area. People were sitting on stairs, on the ...
... and found our way to Cafe Madrid, where we had a lovely dinner looking out a second story window overlooking the river. Our waitress explained the trains to me, so we took an S train to Alexanderplatz, then switched to the U8, and made it home.
We just finished watching Schindler's List. Especially moving since we had just visited all those places. I'm emotionally and physically wiped ...