Ambient Hotel Colina Munich
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Contrary to the depiction of the map on this blog, I did return to Almere for an entire two weeks before I headed to Munich. However, they were a bit uneventful so I figured I would skip ahead. I had the incredible joy of having a reunion of some of my best college friends in Munich at the end of May.
My friend, Milan, who was in Amsterdam over Easter, had been traveling all through Europe for the past two months. Finally he met his girlfriend (and one of my best ...
... guide Elyssa. After the organising we went to another one of the Augustiner beer halls for dinner, I had ½ a duck and we all shared a dessert tasting plate which had pancakes, deep-fried apple donuts and strudel. Kate, Matt, Alex, Laura, Jason and I went to yet another Augustiner beer hall for another drink post-dinner, before we all went to bed. The two nights in Munich I had a room to myself, which was quite ...
... waiting to collect the number they needed. The Hofbrau tent had thousands of people in it. It was decorated with lights and lots of hops in wreaths and baskets. When the band began to play the place went wild with people standing on their seat and on their tables, singing along and sometimes a chant would go up when someone chugged a whole liter.
When it was obvious to us that we weren't going to get a beer in a tent ...
... over 50 was allowed 2 hours up here and after looking through Eagles Nest and walking around the mountain top, I took advantage of a beer at a table and just watched things go by. It was wonderful to me and I think everyone was having good time.
The trip down was uneventful and the ride back down the mountain and through the many tunnels was very picturesque. After that I had lunch and enjoyed a relaxing time near the documentation centre.
... or sold out months ago. To stay in a tent in 'tent city' it would have been $150 a night if we were stupid enough to stay in the freezing cold and rain. We were thankful to have found a local's house on AirBnB in the heart of Munich. For $100 per night Dave and I will share a single bed but at least it's central, clean and warm.
OKTOBERFEST - WOW! It's like one big costume party in beer tents with some big enough to hold 11,000 people with the best food I've ever ...