By Henk Bekker
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It is, however, easier to leave the details to the tourist office rather than contact many individual establishments to inquire about vacancies. Both rooms and vacation homes can often be rented at a moment’s notice – watch for the “frei” (vacant) signs in holiday areas. Youth hostels and campgrounds are common in Germany, often very well situated, and well-equipped. Restaurants Germany has a wide range of restaurant types. At the bottom end of the scale is the Imbiss where take-out snacks such as sandwiches, sausages, and Döner Kebab can be bought.
Although other soft drinks and colas are generally available, they are seldom had with a meal. Although all municipal water is safe to drink, and actually has higher safety requirements than bottled water, many Germans prefer bottled water. Do not expect tap water to be served in restaurants. Water, beer, soft drinks, and Schorle usually cost about the same in restaurants, with beer often slightly che a p e r. Wi n e , b o t h d o m es t i c a n d imported, is also available by the glass in most establishments.
Adventure Guide to Germany by Henk Bekker