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... surroudning mountains. We whiled the day away mainly in the city’s old town, exploring its winding streets and sampling more gluhwein at the one Christmas market still open so late in the season. Again, the arrival of night was welcomed warmly, as it turned the snowy town into a portrait of twinkling lights framed by whitecapped mountaintops.
Saturday, December 27th - Neuwanschtein & Munich:
The snow had ...
... churches Christmas market stalls everywhere. Ohh and lots of people. We wandered about sampled, the Stölen ....yum yum sampled some mulled wine, hot nuts bought some raspberries and persimmons ... Hmm it's all about food and wine !!! We were rugged up in hats and gloves and scarves and coats. Ohhh it was rather cold Back to the hotel it's dark about 4 pm. For tour meeting and an early ...
... to display Christmas decorations although we wish we could be here in November when Augsburg has it's annual Christmas market which lasts for about a month. We jumped off at the Residenz which was recommended by Monika (she used to work there) but we missed the last entry to the museum by 9 mins. Not to worry, though, we decided to come back to Munich tomorrow to have lunch in the Hofbrauhaus and to finish off a couple of other sites we didn't get time to see by foot. ...
Had to go to Alice's work today for a meet & greet. What started out as "it's only a 20 minute walk" quickly turned into 40 minutes. Office is impressive to say the least with two main buildings and a couple of smaller ones all linked by underground tunnels that have being "decorated" by artists. Garden in the foyer, complete with river, was designed by a team of Japanese gardeners flown over from Japan. A lady met us and ...
... biggest & one of the oldest beer halls in Munich ... "Hofbrahaus" it was packed...had a bit more of a look around.... decided to go back to the units and come back for Dinner.... I wanted to take photos of the town hall all lit up ....It was no cooler at 7pm ..... Haufbrahaus was still packed so we found another beer hall for Dinner...The Haxnbauer ...famous for it's Pork Knuckles.... and it didnt dissappoint... ...