|Bavarian Man, via New York Public Library archives.|
Dan and I are busy bees today: after spending the last six nights in a hostel, we are packing up and heading out to a new couchsurfing host (well, technically it's the home of a friend of a friend who we originally met thanks to couchsurfing, so the connection makes sense, right? Right!). Expect lots of photos next week of our days here in Wroclaw, but in the meantime, have a look at my latest guest post for my favorite European travel site: Spotted By Locals!
This time I'm reviewing the delicious Bavarian cuisine we encountered in Munich and, of course, sharing more of our experiences at the Oktoberfest. Read it here:
P.S. How much do you love that photo of the German man in traditional dress? It was taken by photographer Augutus F. Sherman as part of his series called "Ellis Island Portraits" - all of immigrants arriving in the city between 1905 and 1920. The man is Wilhelm Schleich, a miner from Hohenpeissenberg, Bavaria.