Hotel Stadt Pasing
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Today was our first day in Munich staying with Steve & Stephanie. We arrived at about 6:30 in the morning and Steve met us at the train station. After settling in Steve, Muriel & I took the metro train to one part of town, looked inside St. Michael Church and then went and had a traditional German lunch of bratwurst, pork belly, potato pancakes and sauerkraut along with soft pretzels. Taking the rest of the day easy and doing some ...
... making our way to one of Munich's largest beer halls, Hofbräuhaus (http://www.hofbraeuhaus.de/en/index_en .html). The place was absolutely packed midweek, but we enjoyed big steins and big pretzels to the traditional live music. Following this, we ate the biggest schnitzel I have ever encountered. Needless to say a goodnights sleep was had as we prepared to once again travel the next ...
Today we went on a tour about Hitler which has been the highlight of the trip because we got to look at all the very important places to Hitler. I learnt lots of new facts about him like when he got arrested when trying to take over by force and when he was a messenger in the first world war, and also when he lived in Germany he painted and sold his paintings to Jews and how he dropped out of school at the age of 14. It was a very good tour and I got to go ...
... them quickly and we were soon on top of the tables and chairs like everyone else. By the fourth day, when it was time to go our stomachs were certainly relieved. It was such a great few days, especially spending it with friends from home. We met so many people and even ran into people we have met throughout our travels in Asia and Europe...small world. The long journey back to France was well...long but all was worth ...
... to be a part of it.
Here are our highlights from Munich.
1. Starkbierzeit - A huge room with a stage, a band playing awesome music, long tables and benches and 4,000 people under one roof drinking 7.9% potency beer from a 1 litre jug. What an atmosphere. Most people who attend also dress in traditional bavarian clothing to maintain the spirit of the festival. The photos say it all. We went to Paulaner am Nockherberg beer garden.
2. Salvator - ...