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... portion as the regular portions are huge and even I have trouble finishing a meal that size. I still felt a bit hungry after finished the entrée, so ordered a small mixed salad as well, which came with a very good balsamico yogurt dressing.
After dinner I decided to have a look at the Hofbrauhaus as it's nearby. The main floor was the usual "zoo" and filled with tourists having their mug of beer and their "authentic German experience" and of course the ...
... were steins of beer and apfelwein (apple wine). There were plates of pork knuckles, pork roast, pretzels and potato salad. It was a true, and it seemed typical, beer hall. Beside us where we sat in the beer hall we met a family from Montana in. The wife was born in Germany but emigrated to the U.S. when she was a small child. They were on a vacation to visit friends and family. We took their picture and they took ours.
We finished our meals, looked around ...
... those who make pilgrimage to it every year. It became a pilgrimage church after tears were seen coming from Christ. It is amazing to me that these churches exist everywhere. They are full of riches and seem to be all over the place.
From there we drove to Oberammergau, which is a really cute, quaint town. It is famous for putting on the Passion Play every ten years. The town was facing the plague and the residents promised God ...
... Marineplatz to watch
the Glockenspiel (carillon) at 5pm.
Its a 2 layer carillon on the central tower of the Neues Rathaus. Its
28ft high from ground and there were many people waiting to watch it. It
was a nice show. Apparently this is one of the 4 in Europe. the show
last for 10mins and it's at 11am and 5pm.
We have a video of it. Then we walked to Church of the holy ghost. Its
another iconic building with double onion shaped green domes. After a ...
... to the UK less intimidating.
We joined on Facebook and talked for a while when he was still in the same timezone, and we flew home one day apart.
Then it all fell apart.. He was working heaps, I was getting my head around living in London.
I sent a few messages saying when I would be in Germany, but with no response (due to work), I just left it. It wouldn't be my last time in Germany, so there was always another time.
Fast forward ...