Veggies (cabbage, sprouts, and the odd piece of zucchini and carrot), and sauce flavoured with Thai curry and coconut milk. I'm not sure how authentic the dish was, but it smelled like great like any other Thai food I've had before.
The duck skin was crisp, but the flesh a bit dry - the duck in Baden Baden was better, but the portion of duck was larger here. The Thai sauce was tastier, and there wasn't as much rice or veggies. A good meal. This will probably be the first time I return home from a European trip without craving Asian food, as I've had my share of it this time.
Nibbling on a hot German chick's succulent neck July 26th 2008 Geo: 47.5839, 10.7062Same ol' breakfast that I've seemingly had for an eternity now, and then off to Neuschwanstein, Mad King Ludwig's famous castle that was the inspiration for Cinderella's Castle in Disneyland. As I walked to the bus stop, I found out the name of the cutest kid from the group that tried to lock me in the laundry room yesterday night - Ziggy! He was traveling ... read more
Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Fussen As Europe's largest economy and most populous nation, Germany remains a key member of the continent's economic, political, and defense organizations. European power struggles immersed Germany in two devastating World Wars in the first half of the 20t... ... read more