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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post


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    Ah one and ah two...and...

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    Wezul, it's this:P1240009.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rapid_Roy View Post
    Wezul, it's this:P1240009.jpg
    Looks very similar to a Paulaner beer hall in Munich, that I'm familiar with. How are the desserts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    Looks very similar to a Paulaner beer hall in Munich, that I'm familiar with. How are the desserts?
    Most of the desserts will be at the New Glarus restaurant, but the town is full of desserts. That was a picture at the Inn. Viki and I are sitting on the couch by the wall. The breakfast at the Chalet Landhaus Inn is pretty good (included) and the pastry is great for those of us down in Central Illinois where the German immigrant offspring forgot how to bake. We have Walmart, Dunkin Donuts, Meijers, and Schnucks grocery store bakeries.
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    For those Wisconsin Club Members that were concerned about a date conflict, The New Glarus event does NOT conflict with our installation dinner meeting.
    So enjoy both!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by womanridge View Post
    For those Wisconsin Club Members that were concerned about a date conflict, The New Glarus event does NOT conflict with our installation dinner meeting.
    So enjoy both!!
    I think I missed the installation dinner a couple times because of NG outing. I was glad to see it wasn't a conflict this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by womanridge View Post
    For those Wisconsin Club Members that were concerned about a date conflict, The New Glarus event does NOT conflict with our installation dinner meeting.
    So enjoy both!!
    Awesome!!!!! I was pretty bummed when I thought that they did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjack View Post
    Most of the desserts will be at the New Glarus restaurant, but the town is full of desserts. That was a picture at the Inn. Viki and I are sitting on the couch by the wall. The breakfast at the Chalet Landhaus Inn is pretty good (included) and the pastry is great for those of us down in Central Illinois where the German immigrant offspring forgot how to bake. We have Walmart, Dunkin Donuts, Meijers, and Schnucks grocery store bakeries.
    Halp! Send me a Kringle!
    The same darn thing happened to the PA Dutch. No one knows what happened and the locals think it's good?? Once, I was telling some German friends about PA Dutch food and they became very perplexed. When I asked why, they said they had heard of those foods, but only in stories about how bad it was in the DDR!

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