Angelo Hotel Munich Leuchtenbergring
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... was no exhibition hall where "stuff" was sold. Nope this was strictly a beer, food and ride event (oh and a handful of cheezy souvenir booths).
As we walked, we passed one ridiculously over the top decorated beer hall after another. Some of the beer halls had moving signs and beer insignias, but perhaps my favorite was Ochsenbraterei beer house with an enormous rotating spit over the entry. Only at Octoberfest.
Once we reached near the end of what I called beer ...
... of trouble and so we could earn money. Summer jobs were full time experiences. I worked as a chamber maid, cleaning BOQ's -- where I learned that bleach and ammonia should never be mixed together in a toilet bowl. I worked one summer in the JAG office -- replacing updated pages in the law books (zzzz) and occasionally typing. I worked in the library (my favorite time would be when I had to replace records in the audio room - I would choose my favorite ...
... to a room and he really switched up the rooming order. Originally we were supposed to go downtown then come back then go back again but that seemed silly. So Luke gave us like 3 hours before we were supposed to meet and told us two places close by where we could get food. I wasn't starving yet so I showered and took my time getting ready. After we all met downstairs we headed into town and walked quite a ways looking for a bar. At one point we all walked into ...
... women's haircuts! We got to the apartment, found the key from the safe on the back of a bike, and got in, unpacked a bit, then went to dinner. We dined at hofbraukeller- not the crazy hofbrau haus! We walked there in about 15 min- was pleased I had researched it in advance and printed a specific map. The boys said it didn't seem much different than San Francisco. We also passed the San Francisco coffee company?!? ...
... skies. We spent about 2 hours here wandering the grounds, walking around the stadium, and enjoying the architecture before walking back to the U-bahn station. The grounds are free; the tower charges admission.
Before leaving, we took a peek inside the BMW museum; it's right across the street from the station and it's free. The usual suspects were on display, as well as a hydrogen-powered car, and also a neat concept car that's ...