Romantik Zur Post Fuerstenfeldbruck
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... My feet officially hurt, and I have the first blister of the tour. But it has been a brilliant day. I feel like I understand Munich that bit better, both the past and the present. However, try as I might, I cannot appreciate the finer points of lederhosen. I have not bought a pair, but my Good Lady Wife did unexpectedly buy some Christmas things.
Beers had: Hofbrau, obviously
Free alcohol received : second of trip so far.
Schnitzels had : none, shockingly.
... there to drink but full tour groups doing the rounds.
Members of the Hofbrauhaus have their own steins which are pigeon holed in specially designed racks for steins and padlocked by their owners. When they arrive, they grab their stein, rinse it and ask for a beer.
We found a small table for two within ear shot of the oompah band and amongst the masses.
We ordered a 1L stein each and a dish of Weiswürste with potatoes to share. ...
... and we were assured this is the only way to get seats today! We lined up for ages, they didn't end up opening the doors until just after 9am, so we just stood out the front in line, chatting and freezing. At least it wasn't raining! Finally they started letting people in, and we very slowly got to the front. When we got to the front of the line, we showed our ID's, and I was the first of the busabout crew to get in, so I made for the empty tables in the direction AJ had said, and ...
... roast pork knuckle (schweinshaxe) and a litre of beer. The pork knuckle was massive. It took me a while to get through it all, but I prevailed. I needed to walk my dinner off so I kept walking through the gardens as far as the lake at the northern end. From there I cut back to the streets and walked all the way down Leopoldstr. It was a big street with lots of cafes and bars and the university is nearby. Back ...
... We sat with two very rich Germans from out of town! They owned very flash BMWs and chatted to our group for ages. Luke had a stein of their original beer and loved it! I had a stein too but of shandy cause I'm not a beer fan - but I drank it all! Also had super yum traditional beer hall food of roast pork knuckle - it was delicious and covered in crackle. It came with a gravy and then the most dodgiest potato dumpling yet. We think it was half potato and half glue and we ...