After leaving Prague, we took the train over the Munich. It was a gorgeous day, so after checking into our hotel, we headed right over to get started drinking.
The Augustiner-keller Bier Garden was my favorite beer spots in Munich. This place is all about tradition and customs. The waitresses are dressed in the traditional German outfit that is often spotted at German beer festivals in the US. If my memory serves, we got some pretzels and I enjoyed the most delicious sausage of my life. If I ever come across a kasekrainer (which was NOT spotted on the menu and I might die if they don't have it one day when I return) here in the US, it will totally break me from my vegetarian ways. I literally spent the rest of our trip in Europe scouring menus for another kasekrainer. Bailey, their menu made me think of you! If you make it there, the menu has a vegetarian section (albeit consisting of only three things!).
We spent our first full day in Munich
Most of our time in Munich was gray and overcast, but it didn't stop us from exploring and spending time in the Englischer Gartens.
[The locals playing bocce ball!]
We had a wonderful time in Munich, but ultimately decided we had seen all the cool beer spots and wanted to head to Italy a day early (the gray weather didn't help). Nonetheless, I would totally stop back in Munich on my next trip to Europe.
Pretty sure this is considered part of drinking June!