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December 2007

Antonia Heigl

Second Chairman of the Amerika Haus Association

Jazz Section at Ludwig Beck
An absolute must for jazz freaks. Here you can find nearly any jazz recording you are looking for.
Ludwig Beck, Marienplatz 11, Tel. 23 69 12 44

Allerheiligen Hofkirche
The recently renovated Court Church of All Saints in Romanesque and Gothic style is part of the Residenz and offers a wonderful atmosphere for classical concerts and other events.
Residenzstr. 1, Tel. 29 06 71

The shop’s assortment of green, black, fruit, herb and rooibos teas is unbeatable. Ask for the Teetruhe Spezial: a black tea combination especially arranged for the Munich water.
Teetruhe, Färbergraben 5, Tel. 260 84 87

Bayerisches Nationalmuseum
The museum’s crib collection from the Alps and Italy are world famous. You shouldn’t miss this exhibit during Advent. Kids will love it.
Bayerisches Nationalmuseum,
Prinzregentenstr. 3, Tel. 211 24 01

The Big Easy
Here you can taste the authentic cuisine of New Orleans. Cajun Food, great drinks, jazz breakfast brunch on Sunday and live jazz every Tuesday.
Frundsbergstr. 46, Tel. 15 89 02 53

Words’ Worth Bookstore
Founded by English book lovers in 1985, this cozy bookstore offers you a large stock of English fiction and non-fiction as well as assorted gifts. Its friendly staff can always help you to find the right thing to read.
Schellingstr. 3, Tel. 280 91 41

And last but not least the
B.A.Z. Amerika Haus
A cultural and information resource center where you can find the answer to nearly everything you ever wanted to know about the USA and Canada. Enjoy its special December events with a reading by Gayle Tufts and A Christmas Carol presented by the American Drama Group Europe.
Karolinenplatz 3, Tel. 55 25 370

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