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Join us once again as Jim celebrates one full year of retirement - and what a year it has been for him - enjoying the rewards of many years of hard work - we have seen a lot together - a lot of churches and ancient history - great food (Gelato included), ...
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In a serene spot in Lower Bavaria, a two-hour drive from Munich, ten snug, larch-clad cabins and a restaurant form Hotel Hofgut. Launched as a cookery school 15 years ago by chef Erwin Rückerl and his wife Anja, the venture has now been transformed, ...Traveler Rating
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Munich, Bavaria, Germany25 reviews
This well-known brewery may not be the largest in Bavaria, but its beers are still among the region's most popular.