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Old June 30th, 2012, 02:16 PM   #14581
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Old June 30th, 2012, 02:35 PM   #14582
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So why have you both left Germany?
Family problems obligated me to come back in Italy. A kind of things you can't control when destiny fights against you. Anyway, during the period I was in Germany I felt the missing of only three things: my family of course, some food my mother cooked and my bunch of closer friends. For the rest was everything good. Even the fact the just arrived I couldn't speak german and my conversations were limited with other people, it was something that with the time I could solve and feel more integrated.
Even the pizza was great in Germany: where I live 90% of pizzerias are managed by egyptians while in Germany italian pizzerias are managed by italians. Excellent food there...
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Old June 30th, 2012, 02:41 PM   #14583
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where I live 90% of pizzerias are managed by egyptians while in Germany italian pizzerias are managed by italians. Excellent food there...
I went once to a pizzeria in Erding, managed by Italians, and their pizza sucked big time. I guess they adjusted to the German taste: it is sufficient you write "Italian-style", and they can eat even stones

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Old June 30th, 2012, 02:47 PM   #14584
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I ate sucked pizza in Konstanz, but one of the best I have ever eaten, was in the pizzeria near my home in Gießen. Even my parents found that pizza delicious when they came to visit me, and they had many stereotypes about food in Germany before to come.
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Old June 30th, 2012, 02:57 PM   #14585
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I ate sucked pizza in Konstanz, but one of the best I have ever eaten, was in the pizzeria near my home in Gießen. Even my parents found that pizza delicious when they came to visit me, and they had many stereotypes about food in Germany before to come.
Some years go I went to a 4 day trip to Munich, Bavaria's castles and Garmisch Partenkirken. I had fun there but the worst aspect was the food. The only pizza I took ended in a trashcan Maybe I was just unlucky but in Italy Germans and Brits are known for having the worst cousine of the continent. I've never been to UK.
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Old June 30th, 2012, 02:57 PM   #14586
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I ate sucked pizza in Konstanz, but one of the best I have ever eaten, was in the pizzeria near my home in Gießen. Even my parents found that pizza delicious when they came to visit me, and they had many stereotypes about food in Germany before to come.
Italian gelateria in Bad Tölz makes one of the best gelato I've had in my life.
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Old June 30th, 2012, 03:09 PM   #14587
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Italian gelateria in Bad Tölz makes one of the best gelato I've had in my life.
Oh yes, I forgot italian gelaterias, they are many in Germany! The ice cream there is delicious too. And also cheaper comparating to prices here in Italy. Even restaurants, I have never found a place that made you pay the "coperto" in Germany. In Italy instead sometimes you pay 5 euro just for to get the table
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Old June 30th, 2012, 03:16 PM   #14588
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Bad Tolz is only hour from here, may give it a try sometime. I'm ok here in Mayrhofen, tucked in between Giovanni and Helmut...
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Old June 30th, 2012, 03:16 PM   #14589
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Some years go I went to a 4 day trip to Munich, Bavaria's castles and Garmisch Partenkirken. I had fun there but the worst aspect was the food. The only pizza I took ended in a trashcan Maybe I was just unlucky but in Italy Germans and Brits are known for having the worst cousine of the continent. I've never been to UK.
In München I ate pizza in Pizzeria Antica Toscana in Landberger Straße and it was delicious! I ate there twice in two days. Just I think the owner has nothing to do with Toscana, I think he was from Calabria
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Old June 30th, 2012, 03:18 PM   #14590
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There's "Italian" gelateria (called "Gelato Italiano") even in my 60k town. Ice cream from ice machine there is quite different than what I ate anywhere in Italy, but it's comparable tasty. But ice balls are maybe better, and cost 3 PLN (~0,75 EUR), not 2 EUR (but actually that price is quite high as for Poland, in other places they cost 1,50 - 2 PLN).
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Old June 30th, 2012, 03:19 PM   #14591
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Once upon a time in in Skyscrapercity there were two Italians that went to Germany to eat pizza...
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Old June 30th, 2012, 03:31 PM   #14592
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I would eat with pleasure a handmade gelato right now, in my town now there are 33°C (28°C inside house). Just if I would go out to buy one, I would melt myself before to arrive...better stay at home with ventilator today
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Old June 30th, 2012, 03:32 PM   #14593
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Bad Tolz is only hour from here, may give it a try sometime. I'm ok here in Mayrhofen, tucked in between Giovanni and Helmut...
I definitely recommend that. It's on Marktstraße, can't remember its name but it's on the left, coming from Lenggrieser Straße...
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Once upon a time in in Skyscrapercity there were two Italians that went to Germany to eat pizza...
I ate pizza only twice while staying in Germany... I preferred Nürnbegers and Leberkäse
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Old June 30th, 2012, 03:37 PM   #14595
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I definitely recommend that. It's on Marktstraße, can't remember its name but it's on the left, coming from Lenggrieser Straße...
I signed it too, I still didn't visit Bad Tölz but I wish to (right after Berchtesgaden)
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In München I ate pizza in Pizzeria Antica Toscana in Landberger Straße and it was delicious! I ate there twice in two days. Just I think the owner has nothing to do with Toscana, I think he was from Calabria
I ate twice in Italian restaurants, one in Munich and the other in Fuessen. Both were very good but the remaining times I went to German restaurants and I didn't like them so much. I think that in Austria, Slovenia and Croatia the couisine is better than in Germany, more similar to our.
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Old June 30th, 2012, 05:13 PM   #14597
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I think I remembered its name, its *should*be "La dolce vita".
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Old June 30th, 2012, 05:16 PM   #14598
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Here in Mayrhofen it is anyway. Very Italian orientated here, Italy is only two hours on foot from here. But the local dishes are really nice as well...
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Old June 30th, 2012, 06:06 PM   #14599
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The place where I ate really bad was in Lloret de Mar, food of the hotel was so disgusting the first day that I ate in Burger King almost all the rest. I ate better in the tunisian desert than there.
In Hungary where I spent six months instead the food was very good, I ate a lot of things never heard before of and I was satisfied (Just to drink Palinka before to have breakfast it's too weird for me too ). I love Turo Rudi (here I cant find), Palacsinta, Letcho, Kurtoskalacs (In Budapest was good, but I tried it in Szekesfehervar and I didn't like) and a kind of pasta with Turo that I don't remember the name (it sounded like Turo Csucsa or something like that). Hungarian beer was very tasty (I like the Soproni and the Kobanyai). Gulash, most famous hungarian food instead I don't like at all. Neither pasta with sugar that hungarians (and germans too) are greedy
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I think that in Austria, Slovenia and Croatia the couisine is better than in Germany, more similar to our.
Austrian cuisine is similar to Italian? The only connection I can think of is because Trieste used to be in Austria-Hungary.
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