Hotel Langwieder See
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... the cool mountain air on our faces and vistas of immense rock and tree make a 2 hour drive fly right by. We zipped past pastured fields, through bucolic little towns, and up and down steep inclines, as steep as 25%. Our first stop was The Eagle's Nest in Obersalzburg, Berchtesgaden's even higher in altitude neighbour. The Eagle's Nest is a large stone cottage built atop Kehlstein mountain. It was constructed by the Nazi Party as a gift for Hitler on his 50th birthday. Sitting ...
... up a conversation. He was here on business and actually lives in Boston USA and really made our evening with his friendly conversation. These encounters with people have been very enjoyable and made our trip more memorable. German people are not inclined to make conversation so it is generally the tourists who talk to one another. Will be interesting to see what tomorrow brings.
... around admiring the views of the city. The fortress was never used to defend the city. Walked through an old cemetery then visited the musical theater complex that seats over 5000 people. Walked back through town and caught the bus to the station. Bought a cheese sandwich to tide us over on the 2 hour train ride back to Munich. We left at 5:12 PM and arrived at 7:10. The train was packed because there is a festival in ...
... I caught up with my good friend Ian in the hostel bar and headed off to the Hofbrauhaus, a famous beer hall in Munich, to enjoy some traditional beverages. Ian and I headed there with our entertaining girls and enjoyed several beers (Radler is where its at) with a brother and sister from Florence. We ended up meandering back to the hostel bar to celebrate the girls' final night in Europe.
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... the juice. One
typically buys palm wine from the tapper in a large plastic water bottle, and
drinks it from any handy cup.
The drink itself has a sort of mild, earthy, flat taste,
kind of like, well, fermented tree juice. Lori drank quite a bit of palm wine
when she was in Sierra Leone during her Peace Corps days, so she is quite fond
of it. Dan enjoyed trying it, but was not a huge fan. He looked for beer
instead. Star Beer is Sierra Leone’s ...