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... Landshut on the day I arrived, but also spent a day in the town, where Anita patiently explained the exhibits in an old church, adding the words for 'king', 'duke', 'century' and 'granary' to my limited German vocabulary. The display contained costumes and the carriage used in the 4-yearly 'Landshut Wedding' , a huge medieval pageant which recreates the 1475 marriage of Princess Hedwig of Poland with George, son of the Duke of ...
... and try out some tricks. We walked around the park for a while before heading out to meet Jason's cousin Ashli who has been living in Munich for about five years. The four of us headed to Tollwood festival where we had a litre of beer and walked around seeing food from all over the world and kiosks selling all sorts of things. Tollwood was set up at Olympic Park, which is a really interesting place itself and looks quite modern, though the Olympics were ...
... as one does when surrounded by beer halls. We decided to go the one that was both closest and the most recommended. Augustiner.
We ate dinner in the back garden. I had a roast pork dinner, with kraut slaw and potato dumpling. So tasty and a quite a flip from Italian cuisine. Germans definitely focus on meat. While Italians just focus on what is fresh. That beer is tasty. It wins. ...
... bus from Dachau station. As our hotel was literally right next door to Isartor, we simply caught the train from there – too easy. It is also very economical, from memory we purchased a partner day ticket which allows groups of up to five adults. We needed the Munich XXL ticket to cover the outer areas of Munich, I think it cost around 14 Euros for all of us!
The train took around 30 minutes to reach Dachau station and the bus ...
Today was the day I got to see something I had been looking forward to for a while! The amazing castle in Germany that Disney based their castle on! We took the 2 hour train ride and a bus ride to the location. Then we found our there was not a tour until 2 hours later! We bought an extra pair of socks for me because my feet were numb and we took a few photos around in the gorgeous snow and then slowly ...