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-Gruess dich.

-Wie geht's?

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Please note: we are currently unable

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to insert accents, etc, in the following subtitles.

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In this programme, a trip up one of Germany's highest mountains,

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a meal in an award-winning restaurant in Munich

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and exploring beautiful Bavaria by train.

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Munich Hauptbahnhof is a hub of rail travel in southern Germany.

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From here, you can go practically anywhere in Europe.

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The Intercity Express -

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ICE for short - offers a fast service between Munich

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and other German cities.

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Wann faehrt der naechste Zug nach Hamburg?

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Um 13.01 von Gleis 13.

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Wo bekomme ich Fahrkarten?

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Im Reisezentrum oder am Automaten.

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-Muss ich umsteigen?

-Nein.

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When is the next train to Hamburg?

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Where can I get tickets?

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Do I have to change trains?

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Entschuldigen Sie bitte, wann faehrt der naechste Zug nach Hamburg?

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Um 13.01 von Gleis 13.

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-Muss ich umsteigen?

-Nein, der ist direkt.

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Und wo bekomme ich Fahrkarten?

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-Da im Reisezentrum oder am Automaten.

-Danke schoen.

-Bitte schoen.

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A return ticket to Hamburg, please.

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Should I reserve a seat?

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Smoking or non-smoking?

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-Guten Tag.

-Guten Tag. Einmal nach Hamburg hin und zurueck, bitte.

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-Zweite Klasse oder erste Klasse?

-Zweite Klasse, bitte.

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Zweihundertsiebzig und fuenfzig.

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Muss ich einen Platz reservieren?

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-Das ist besser. Raucher oder Nichtraucher?

-Nichtraucher, bitte.

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Das macht dann 275,50 bitte.

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-Auf Wiedersehen. Gute Reise.

-Danke schoen. Wiedersehen.

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If you're spending time in Munich,

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a wonderful day out by train is a trip to the Bavarian Alps.

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-TRAIN WHISTLE BLOWS

-Just two hours south of the city,

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nestling in the mountains, is the resort town of Mittenwald.

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If you want to find out when the last train goes back, say...

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When does the last train go back to Munich?

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And when does this train arrive in Munich?

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Entschuldigen Sie bitte, wann faehrt der letzte Zug nach Muenchen?

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Um 22.03, Gleis 3.

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-Mussen wir umsteigen?

-Nein, der Zug geht direkt.

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-Und wann kommt der Zug in Muenchen an?

-Um 23.53 Uhr.

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-Vielen Dank. Wiedersehen.

-Wiedersehen.

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Mittenwald, meaning "in the middle of the woods",

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is famous for its Lueftlmalerei, or frescoes,

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which were first painted on the church tower in the 18th century

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and are now to be seen

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on nearly every building in town.

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Mittenwald is also well known for its beautiful position at the foot of the Karwendel,

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one of the highest peaks in Germany.

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Taking die Seilbahn, the cable car, is one of the best ways to enjoy the scenery.

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-Gruess Gott.

-Guten Tag. Zweimal hin und zurueck, bitte.

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Zweimal hin und zurueck.

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Vierunddreissig fuenfzig, bitte.

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Vierzig.

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-Danke schoen. Viel Spass. Auf Wiedersehen.

-Wiedersehen.

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Enjoy yourself!

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The cable car takes just six minutes

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to whisk people 1,300 metres in height

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from the town of Mittenwald to the top of the mountain.

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-Danke schoen.

-Bitte.

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From here, it's just a short walk to the German-Austrian border.

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The peak of the Karwendel

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forms the Staatsgrenze, or frontier, between the two countries.

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From here, the Austrian Alps

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stretch as far as the eye can see.

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Munich is the most densely populated city in Germany.

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An efficient Underground helps ease congestion.

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By Underground,

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you can travel 92 kilometres around the city.

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Built in 1972,

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the U-Bahn is a fairly recent form of transport,

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but if you prefer something more traditional,

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you can take the tram.

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..passengers make shorter journeys

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through the city centre.

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It dates back to 1876.

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In those days, of course, the tram was pulled by horses.

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Today, the Munich tram system

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is one of the most modern in Germany.

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It's fast, environmentally friendly and is now given priority

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over other traffic.

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A great way to see the city!

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The Paulaner im Tal is an award-winning restaurant in Munich.

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Food in Bavaria is hearty.

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The all-time favourite is...

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..roast pork, with...

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dumplings and...

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..red cabbage.

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Beer, of course, goes best with this type of food.

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What is your favourite dish?

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Was ist das Tagesgericht?

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Schweinebraten mit Gemuese und Kartoffeln.

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Haben Sie auch vegetarische Gerichte?

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What's the dish of the day?

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Roast pork with vegetables and potatoes.

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Do you have any vegetarian dishes?

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-Danke schoen.

-Bitte sehr!

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-Und das kleine Bier.

-Danke schoen. Was ist das Tagesgericht?

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Schweinebraten mit Gemuese und Kartoffeln oder gebratene Ente mit Rotkohl.

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-Haben Sie auch vegetarische Gerichte?

-Ja, hier.

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Ich moechte bitte den Schweinebraten.

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-Fuer mich bitte einen grossen gemischten Salat.

-Danke schoen.

-Danke.

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-Prost.

-Prost.

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DINERS CHAT So...

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-der grosse gemischte Salat...

-Danke schoen.

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-..und der Schweinebraten.

-Danke.

-Guten Appetit!

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Mmm!

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-Hat es geschmeckt?

-Ja, danke, sehr gut.

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Was fuer Nachspeisen haben Sie?

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Frische Erdbeeren mit Sahne, Apfelstrudel oder Obstsalat.

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Did you enjoy your food?

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What do you have for dessert?

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Fresh strawberries with cream,

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apple strudel or fruit salad.

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-Hat es geschmeckt?

-Danke, es war sehr gut.

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-Moechten Sie noch etwas essen?

-Was fuer Nachspeisen haben Sie?

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Frische Erdbeeren mit Sahne, Apfelstrudel oder Obstsalat.

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-Ich haette gerne die frischen Erdbeeren.

-Und fuer mich bitte einen Apfelstrudel.

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DINERS CHAT

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So...die Erdbeeren.

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-Danke schoen.

-Bitte sehr!

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-Und der Apfelstrudel. Bitte sehr!

-Danke.

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Near Oberammergau, tucked away in the mountains,

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is the Kolbensattelhuette - a mountain hut.

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This uniquely Bavarian institution

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is run by Lisa Kreitmeir.

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One thing that brings people back time and time again

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is Lisa's special dessert -

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a dish known in southern Germany as Kaiserschmarren.

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These pancakes are a traditional offering in a mountain hut,

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because the ingredients are easy to transport

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and keep well.

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This may look like a pancake that's gone wrong,

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but in fact Kaiserschmarren is made this way.

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It's ripped-up, fluffy pancake with raisins!

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One portion is quite large, so you may want to ask...

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Can we share a portion?

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Moechten Sie noch etwas essen?

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Ja gern, einen Kaiserschmarren bitte.

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-Koennen wir uns eine Portion teilen?

-Ja freilich.

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Kaiserschmarren is traditionally accompanied

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by Apfelmus - apple sauce.

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So...der Kaiserschmarren.

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-Guten Appetit!

-Danke.

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THEY CHAT

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MUSIC ON SOUNDTRACK DROWNS SPEECH

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Hat es geschmeckt?

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Ja, sehr gut, danke.

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Not all food in Bavaria

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is traditionally German.

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The No Mi Ya restaurant in Munich

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is a brand-new type of Japanese restaurant.

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While the food is strictly Japanese,

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the decor, drinks and owner are very Bavarian.

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Ferdinand Schuster's dream

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was to combine the best of Bavarian

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with the simplicity of Japanese cuisine.

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After many visits to Japan, openness to foreign cultures

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is very important to Ferdinand.

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For him, Munich is a very welcoming place.

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The fusion of two cultures has proved popular.

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For Ferdinand Schuster, it's been the experience of a lifetime.

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ALL: Prost!

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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A short, practical course for beginners covering the most useful basics for a visit to Germany - for work or holidays. Set in the southern city of Munich and the surrounding lakes and mountains.

The course continues with a look at ordering a meal and travelling by public transport, plus taking a cable car to the high mountains and eating at a mountain hut.


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