Angelo Hotel Munich Leuchtenbergring
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... could go get their dresses and Lederhosen. There are some really cheap dresses around but not cheap Lederhosens. We shopped around a bit and found a nice dress for Hannah at the last minute. All the shops closed at 8pm so I was jogging next to her to keep up as she was jumping from store to store. David was with Matt while he tried to find a lederhosen. They weren't cheap but found a place selling everything, socks and shirt ...
... League music (the entrance to the pitch was closed, however). Liam and I took photos of ourselves with cut-outs of the players on a fake bus stop at the south end of the stadium, from where the Bayern players enter. As we left the stadium, I noticed the signs to the Bayern Megastore, so Liam and I decided to get Benjamin a Bayern scarf as a present for when we leave tomorrow!
It was back to the city centre after that, a direct route to Odeonplatz. Liam and I ...
... the games with a liter of beer in their hand. For dinner I had bratwurst, obviously, and then it was back to the hostel to play pool with other Americans, Australians, Germans etc, that I have met. Some Americans from Tampa I met are going to Pamplona for San Fermin like I am so we are going to try and meet up! I'm so excited for what is to come. I'm going on a tour around the city soon so hopefully I get some great ...
... beer hall in Germany. This was the higlight of our day!! We walked in to the most amazing atmosphere... Live music, the roar of happy chatter, singing, clapping and cheering and the smell of great food! It felt like we'd just walked into a movie scene! The hall is filled with long tressle tables that everyone shares. We sat with a lovely family from Texas and a group of German guys. There was a guy walking around with a big basket, selling giant bread pretzels - ...
... skirt"!! Hilarious!!
We decided we wanted to try and get into one of the Bier halls but the lines were ridiculous and the security unrelenting but somehow we managed to squeeze onto the end of a table each with 1 frothy litre of bier. We drank and chatted and laughed as people stumbled by then witnessed a drunken lass puking over the balcony above us onto the ground which was quickly covered up with a bucket of sand. ...