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... up a couple pathways that led us to an incredible view. Being around cliffs and ledges without railings are not ideal for a person as graceful as I am! Let's just say I definitely scared my Dad a couple times when I tripped going up. From the top we were over looking Berchtesgaden, Konigsee Lake and other small German towns. The view honestly does take your breath away. Dad and I stood in awe admiring the amazing 360 degree view ...
... but into Austria. We'll enter Germany a bit later, but since now it's all EU, no problem.
By 1 pm we were in the quaint German town of Lindau, on a large freshwater lake called both Bodensee and also Lake Constance. We had a brief orientation walk, and then were free to find lunch and to wander. The rain quit while we were enjoying a Regina pizza (ham, cheese and mushrooms), and then we walked to the harbor. Then back to our meeting place ...
... asked. We nodded with huge dumb smiles plastered on our faces. She bolted off to bring us our treasure. I was not prepared for that to go so smoothly. Yet again the travel gods must be smiling down on us. We were seated at the end of the table, waiting for our beers to come and gave a smile and a nod to our table mates at the other end. Our beers had arrived and they looked ginormous. There was absolutely no way I was going to be able to finish it my wimpy, jet lagged brain ...
... People will BOO YOU, You will throw up trying, you will embarrass yourself, your table and just anyone in your surrounding vicinity!
2. NEVER EVER pick up a random stein and drink from it! ESPECIALLY if you are in the pig pen, it may be someone else's bodily fluid (from either End) that you do not want to congest!
3. You will either wait hours for a toilet break, or simple pop a squat, girls really depends on how bad you want to go
4.The pig pen ...
... the Isar. First, we had to find lunch - there was a Biergarten near Ludwigsbrucke on our way to the Deutsches Museum, but the menu didn't sound too appealing and it was fairly empty - never a good sign!. So we went next door to a place called Cafe im Volksbad, and sat at their nice outdoor pavilion for a bite of lunch.
I ordered the special which was supposed to be grilled seafood - in the time interval ...