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I wish I had some way to pass along the endless laughter we shared on our weekend outing. Last minute planning and attempts to keep the costs down landed us in the red light district of downtown Munich. As someone said, "the only thing missing was the picture of the body outlined in chalk on the floor!" Just thinking about some of the events of our …
... had Chicken-yaki, or something like that. Not so expensive and everything was fresh, it put noodles express to shame. After three hours on one of Germany's ICE trains, we arrived in Frankfurt. We thought our hotel was just next to the station so we set off to find it. Instead we found an Irish rugby pub with free wifi and Killarney. It was here we discovered our hotel was indeed next to a station, however, rather than next to station "Frankfurt am Main", it ...
... friends. Here's some of the events that unfolded over the following hours:Some Canadian guys shouted us a beer.
We learned how to:Fly, fly, fly like a plane
Be strong, strong, strong like a tiger
Schwimm, schwimm, schwimm over to you
And we ate brezel.
We snorted tobacco
I ate leberkäse (liver cheese)
We met people from Salzburg, Munich, Italy, Nurnberg, Koln
I had to **** 43 times
We drank more beer
I pretended to ...
... a few hours in the evening at Oktoberfest.
Tonight we went to Schutzenfest tent. Had to split into two groups again to get a table but before long all the drunks were leaving so we rejoined. The beer was good here but the amount of head you got on a beer was ridiculous!! Ours were about 1/4 a stein full of head and some others we seen were worse, after a good four or five mouthfuls you finally got to taste the beer.. After ...
... s - young really in European terms! At night, we bought ourselves push bikes. We've got this puppy sorted out now! Drive around in the campervan, park at a campground and then use public transport and take our bikes into town. Everywhere is made for push bikes and the trains / buses are so much easy to use. So we figure we'll save ourselves the future frustration of driving around for ages looking for a car park. And in Europe everywhere you go you have to pay for parking or have ...