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So the flight was hell but so worth it. I don't think that it has truly hit me that I am in Germany! It may just be the jet lag but I'll get used to the idea :)
... was the town hall of which we were treated to the 5pm chiming of the bells.
It was then off to Hoffenbrau - one of the main beer halls of Munich! Of course we had to try a stein of original Hoffenbrau (1Lt of Beer) and Roast Pork or Pork Knuckle. Delicious! After a hearty meal, a good chat and laughs and some more beer it was off to the next pub and of course to try some Apfelstudel! Yum! Back to the hostel and off to bed before the trip to Prague tomorrow ...
... close to Nuremberg. We took turns napping so that we both would make it through the evening with our hosts, the Hagens. We were greeted at the train station by Glenda's german sister, Angela. It's great to have someone so nice pick us up and whisk us away. (Glenda spent the year after high school living with Angela and her family - the Salomons - in Wurzburg.) Angela also spent a year as an exchange ...
... I've been looking for dinner before. Finally, I walk the right way and spot the pizza place easily.
They stock GF beer but are out of it now. But the salami pizza is still a go! Pizza turns out to be large and tasty, though not as tasty as Poppa's or the ones I had in Florence. Subway back is unnerving again. Travelling alone I've been in a fairly constant state of tension, so I guess that's part of why home sounds nice! But tomorrow Munich in the day will be more awesome.
... people, live music and stalls so we scrapped that idea quickly and meandered with our google map back towards home in the hope of finding somewhere quiet and tasty to eat.
Clearly food is important to me; I like it, in fact I like it very much. I like to eat it and I like to cook it. I view cooking as something you can take as far as an art form or you can ruin food and so the scale has many places in between. I also believe you can taste the difference ...
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