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... It was only about 4pm in the afternoon but that is 10pm Perth time so we were hungry again. We tried to read a few menus and had no luck haha all in German. We were then kindly given an English menu... Much better. So we enjoyed some traditional German food as planned. It did not disappoint... Bratwurst sausages, potato dumpling, sauerkraut and a delicious beer ...
... building over a beer. They only sell beer here by the litre or half litre. Duh, litre it was. We know a few girls back home that would be in their element here. Sitting around at this restaurant, having a beer, looking at some awesome building, as we listen to some German busking, singing 'summer of 69'. Entertaining night I guess! We went back for a good rest before the next day of adventures. ...
... 1900s to today. Thankfully, my quick spin through the Louvre in '92 and through the Art Institute of Chicago in '10 had me well prepared for this. I'm not a huge fan of modern art so I skipped the most modern that was on display and saw a few works by Picasso, Matisse, Kandisky, and Klimt. There were also a lot of modern works by German artists that I wasn't familiar with--very similar in style to Picasso. On the way back I swung by Königplatz. I picked up ...
... pretty nice views over all of Oktoberfest, at a speed that allowed it to be taken in. And it ticked off another ride! By the time we were done on that, I think we were beginning to feel content that we'd seen enough of the other parts of Oktoberfest to satisfy our desire to say we'd seen it all. Nikita was feeling peckish, and was really craving some currywurst (I was yet to have the pleasure of currywurst, but with the blessing of a very delayed blog, there is a very ...
... the juice. One
typically buys palm wine from the tapper in a large plastic water bottle, and
drinks it from any handy cup.
The drink itself has a sort of mild, earthy, flat taste,
kind of like, well, fermented tree juice. Lori drank quite a bit of palm wine
when she was in Sierra Leone during her Peace Corps days, so she is quite fond
of it. Dan enjoyed trying it, but was not a huge fan. He looked for beer
instead. Star Beer is Sierra Leone’s ...