Finally it’s official. The Biergarten season is open.
The weekend before our California trip my friends and I went on my last wedding dress appointment. I had decided to finally make a decision. Really, it’s just a dress you’re not gonna wear that often, so I should stop making a fuss in my brain and just get it over with. Luckily that’s when I found a dress I really liked!
When we walked back past the dress shop the owner asked us, whether us ladies had some cappucino. Yeah right. Die Damen are headed for a celebratory Mass beer.
The Biergarten am Chinesischen Turm is one of the biggest and most famous ones in München. It’s in the middle of the Englischer Garten, a huge park that starts close to the city centre and really runs all along the isar river until it’s not much a park but just country side anymore. The Biertgarten is huddled around a big chinese style tower that was first build in the late 18th century, but burnt down again and again. If you go there, try to find seat in the rear part away from the tower. That way you get to see the tower full on and are in the middle of the Biergarten action rather than on the side, where everyone’s just passing by.