Hotel Rothof Bogenhausen
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... enjoyed wearing lederhosen when he would visit Hallstatt on holiday.
I'm just thrilled to see them back; we saw many people sporting tracht on Saturday night in Oberammergau - there were all sorts of events ongoing and people were sporting their best tracht. I hope you enjoy my photos of tracht window shopping!
My sister and I indulged our love of tract and sported new dirndls in an excursion to the biergarten in Munich! What a fun evening!
... a new girl from Florida joined us My original plan in socializing with these people was to go to a beer garden and get food, this was their intention too but they had more beer ... and it became apparent that they would not be eating anytime soon. Lucky for me the girl from Florida was in the same boat as me, so we grabbed dinner together. She was lovely to visit with. She just finished her first year of veterinary school and was doing an exchange for a week or two ...
... river in the middle of the city. Much like a natural version of those surfing stations on cruise ships.
Once done walking we went to Jim and Shannon's apartment. GREAT apartment. Two floors, huge living room, and nice kitchen. We made pizza, hung out and enjoyed a nice end to a great day. ...
... took us three stops north to the Marienplatz, where the alte and neues Rathauses are (these are the old and new town halls), and our first major Christmas market. The square was alive with people. All drinking the mulled red wine (Gluhwein) and eating what looked like foot long wieners. And oh my the smells of Christmas!
As Kathy’s eyes sparkled with all the possibilities, numerous handmade Christmas ornaments, we worked our way through mobs of people. All the ...
... I looked around the platform and saw a small poster explaining (in German) that trackwork is going on for several weekends from late Friday to early Monday, and therefore several S-Bahn lines are detouring around the city center. Argh.
I made my way to Platform 1, where a train was waiting. I ran up to push the button to open the door, but the green lights turned off just before I touched it. That meant the train doors were now locked. I stood ...
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