Teutons of fun - honestly, the craic was neunzig

There is a moment in our trip to Munich which seems to encapsulate at least one part of the German way of life.

14th September, 2013
Revellers enjoying the start of Oktoberfest. Photo: Getty

There is a moment in our trip to Munich which seems to encapsulate at least one part of the German way of life. We are in Jodlerwirt, a tiny Bavarian pub in Munich, hidden down a sidestreet between Ridiculously Picturesque Church X and Spectacular Square With Hints Of The Gothic Style Y. It's a good-natured cosy place. There is a man playing an accordion and he sings a selection of traditional Bavarian ballads. They are...

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