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From: css@srm1.stx.com (Chris Shenton)
Subject: Re: Off to Deuchtland.
Date: 1992-04-01 13:34:43 GMT

On Mar 31, The Rider <mfetzer@ucsd.edu > writes:

> Deutschland. But worse than that, you'll be sorely disappointed when you
> hit that obvious place, the Hofbr*aeu*haus. You'll find no Germans inside.
> Mostly American and Japanese tourists, by the busload, and Italian,
> Turkish, what have you waiters. Can you say *touristtrap*?

I stopped in to try the recently opened Mai Bock when I was last
there. An *excellent* beer (I'm a big fan of bocks). My drinking
companion purposefully sat us next to a couple of Bavarians, despite
the empty tables, and we had a fine time. I suppose there were the
usual groups of tourists, but we didn't pay any attention -- talking to
the locals was more fun.

So, relax, don't worry, have a Hofbrau. You're not going to Muenchen
to see the tourists, you're going there to *drink*!

Prost!

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