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... harbor-side restaurant.
New Zealand has the down-under version of the 45 degree
latitude wine-growing region, about the same band as the Willamette Valley and
Bordeaux in the northern hemisphere. It produces some very nice pinot noirs, as
well as some of the typical whites. The country also has quite a few very fancy
wineries, some complete with excellent restaurants attached (we researched one
just to be sure…). Kiwis have a very high opinion ...
... I then watched as they squirmed, not knowing what to do. To their credit they were exceptionally respectful and handled it really well. I was excited on the trip to see every so often little patches of ice from a recent snow fall. Not much but enough to get my hopes up. Perhaps there will be snow after all. On my arrival at Fussen I made my way to the Taxi and loaded my bags. I actually went to get in the left hand side of the ...
... No.1 site so even more important to get there early. Before we arrived, we had to stop and take a photo of the Feldherrnhalle in the Odeonsplatz. It honours the Bavarian Army and towers over the square. The Residenz Munich is the former royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs of the House of Wittelsbach from the 1600's until around 1918 (note the Wittelsbach ruled Bavaria from the 1100's onwards). Certain areas are under restoration and closed but there is still ...
... history won't repeat itself. We had some free time left on Saturday evening and had dinner in an Istanbul restaurant, near our hotel. Black-robed women, and few with metal cages across their faces, strolled the streets. The Muslim population seems very large here. To hear them speaking German is even more surprising. As we went from neighborhood to neighborhood, how odd to see men in Lederhosen, then women in birkah's. And every one on a cell ...
... left us buzzing and so happy. I was very proud that’s for sure. It was such a relief that Rox would have work when we returned, even if it meant a shorter break when back on Aussie shores. As our elation slowly wound down we noticed that the weather in Munich had taken a turn for the worse with rain pouring down and people walking everywhere with umbrellas and raincoats on. Thankfully Rox and I had worn our coats and our Oktoberfest hats so ...
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