Arcadia Hotel Landsberg
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... our time in the Lowenbrau tent on day 1 and to my surprise I was able to drink beer...and enjoy it! The opening ceremony was lots of fun...you arrive at some ungodly hour of the morning to secure a table, but then you have to wait until midday before they start serving beer. We spent day 2 in the Hofbrau tent (apparently also dubbed the Aussie tent). Again we arrived early to secure a table (if you don't have a ...
... we met up with the guys again and decided to find this beer hall everyone was talking about. We found the English gardens. It was huge. You did not feel like you were in a major city. We walked through it to find the Chinese tower where they were serving food and beers. The guys all got a liter of beer each. I knew I couldn't drink it as fast as they could and then walk some more. So I settled with drinking sips of Dan's. Haha suckerrrr. He didn't mind. My sips compared to his ...
... 16th century to the amusement of mass crowds of tourists and locals. It consists of 43 bells and 32 life-sized figures. The top half of the Glockenspiel tells the story of the marriage of the local Duke Wilhelm V to Renata of Lorraine. In honour of the happy couple there is a joust with life-sized knights on horseback representing Bavaria (in white and blue) and Lothringen (in red and white). The Bavarian knight wins every time, of course.
... letting them get their license! (We've got it on video!) By 3/4 of the way through, they seemed to have gotten the swing of things. Our tour guide, Blake, was excellent and really took us to areas of Munich that were off the beaten path. We returned to the hotel via Strassenbahn or street car. The students really seem to enjoy the idea of public transportation. Many stayed up to watch the third place round of the World Cup, getting snacks and drinks from the pizzeria a block ...
... lunch there as we hadn’t eaten yet – while it wasn’t the best food we had in Germany, it wasn’t too bad either. We all shared a Mixed German Sausage Platter with a basket of various breads, yummy. The boys and Gary then naturally had to buy a souvenir at the shop.
We really only had two or three hours left after our late lunch so we thought we would visit the Deutsches Museum. It too was only a short walk ...