Dress code traditional costume: Celebrities feast on fondue at Tegernsee

Finally fondue again! Numerous VIPs such as costume designer Lola Paltinger, presenter Verena Kerth, actress Rebecca Kunikowski, model agent Peyman Amin and presenter Alexandra Polzin with her husband Gerhard Leinauer awaited a special treat on Sunday in the “Spa & Resort Bachmair Weissach” on Tegernsee. Hotel owner Korbinian Kohler finally reopened the “Kreuther Fondue Stuben” after the summer break and invited to a test dinner in the noble, rustic restaurant on this occasion. Dress code: costume!

Lola Paltinger enjoys the celebrity party at her new home in Tegernsee

Designer Lola Paltinger came with her own creation and with her partner Andi Meister and son Lio. She was happy about the home game, because she recently moved to the Tegernsee: “We will surely toast our new home with one or two fondue evenings. Fondue is for us, regardless of the type – whether cheese, meat or vegetarian – always a highlight and evergreen. “

Model agent Peyman Amin and his girlfriend Sandra Apfelbeck were happy about the weekend short trip to the Tegernsee. The two came to the fondue and she also to yoga: “We came here during the day to enjoy the hotel and the nature. We like to look at lakes, mountains and nature.”

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Claudia Obert: “I got engaged at Tegernsee”

Moderator Verena Kerth is a regular guest at the “Spa & Resort Bachmair Weissach”. She also didn’t miss the fondue evening – wearing a dashing dirndl from “Lola Paltinger”: “We don’t have bratwurst at Christmas, but always fondue. I love fondue, I just can never decide whether cheese or meat.”

“The weather here is sensational and I really want to enjoy the mountains and nature tomorrow,” says entrepreneur Claudia Obert. “I come from the Black Forest. The area here is like my home, only that everything is much bigger,” she said with a laugh. “But I always combine vacation and work and will also visit some business partners here in southern Germany.” She also had memories of Tegernsee: “I got engaged at Tegernsee when I was 25, and if I remember correctly, it was here at Bachmair Weissach.”



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