Treff Hotel Munchen City Centre
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... an ice cream cone. I walked up to him and politely asked where he got his treat, and not only did he tell me the name of the place, he took us to the shop himself and got a second scoop. Apparently it was something he got every day as he walked through town on his way home from work. The ice cream shop founder is supposed to be a well-known confectionary maker in Germany and he told us a bit about ...
... anti-Semitism was nothing new, that genocide was nothing new, that concentration camps were nothing new, but that the nazis did it on a bigger scale. He kept calling the nazis idiots. Our next stop was the Bier Hall where Hitler gave his first speech to about 6 people. Everything in Germany seems to happen in bier halls. That Bier Hall is now a Museum.
Next we stopped at another very famous bier hall, the Hofbrauhaus, where Hitler spoke ...
... the wedding of Duke Wilhelm V (founder of the Hofbrauhaus) to Renata of Lothringin in 1568. There is feasting and dancing and jousting by two knights. Of course, the Bavarian knight wins over the knight from Austria every time. After the top portion featuring the wedding festivities finishes playing, the bottom portion begins - coopers (barrel builders) begin their joyous dance, celebrating the end of the plague in 1517. Then the coopers stop dancing and ...
... After catching the wave the surfers would then jump out and get in line along the river bank to do it all again! After a picnic lunch in the park we went to Chinescher Turm, a strange beer garden in the middle of the English Garden which has a Chinese pagoda as it's focal point. We had a great afternoon there enjoying beers among the crowds. Feeling a little woozy from the ahhh...heat, we caught a bus back to our apartment and later cooked dinner there and watched ...
... the children. Let's just say it was definitely one of the best "Sunday Fundays" I have ever had.
After the circus came to an end, we reluctantly headed back to our hotel to grab our bags. Of course our time in Munich couldn't have ended any better way than one more Bavarian dinner at the Augustiner-Keller Beer Hall before heading on our 5 hour bus ride back to Freiburg. We boarded the bus with a stomach full of delicious Schnitzel, beer, and pretzels.