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... in all of Munich. It was massive. We sat down and ordered our first steins. I have finally found my Beer. Later on we ended up finding out Hitler held many meetings here during the war. It was getting late and we were ready for dinner. We didn't think the food looked great at the beer hall, so Abbey and I went searching for food. We ended up finding a great, small, German restaurant. After getting the boys we returned for a ...
... of Munich. It was quite a mixture of different areas and the building were definitely uniquely built. That evening we headed back to the campsite and I had had my fair share of beer for a small kiwi chap for a month so I had a couple of bottles of water and just hung around the campsite chatting to Lennox and a few other people. The next morning (being today) we checked out of the campsite. To be completely honest, it was the worst accommodation I have ever stayed in in my ...
... up a couple pathways that led us to an incredible view. Being around cliffs and ledges without railings are not ideal for a person as graceful as I am! Let's just say I definitely scared my Dad a couple times when I tripped going up. From the top we were over looking Berchtesgaden, Konigsee Lake and other small German towns. The view honestly does take your breath away. Dad and I stood in awe admiring the amazing 360 degree view ...
... into the Vienna school of art so instead, he sold watercolour paintings of buildings around Munich to tourists ... before he became a genocidal maniac that is!</li><li>Bavarians put up Maypoles each May to celebrate the start of Spring (not that it feels like it today) & a popular pass-time is to capture the Maypole of your neighbouring village then ransom it back in exchange for ... you guessed it ... beer!</li><li>There is a Michael Jackson monument ...
apparently pressure to going out drinking with the office crew is diminishing a
bit these days.
Drinks in Korea include soju, a sort of clear wine/liquor
combo that neither Lori nor I were particularly fond of. There’s also a sort of
corn brew that my students ordered for all of us when I took them out to lunch
one day. It is a cloudy yellowish color, and has a mild pretty pleasant taste.
Then there’s of course the assortment ...