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... t last another night with those pricks. I stole breakfast from downstairs and we chilled out in the Hostel as we learned our lesson from the previous day from starting too early at Oktoberfest. We did some planning for our trip organizing all our accommodation and when it was an appropriate time we got our gear on and head down to the grounds. Today we went into a different beer tent as we went to find where Leah was headed. Inside this tent it was more of the same remarkably busy, ...
... like no other church. Superb and well worth the visit. The are where it is situated on Sendlingerstraße is a very nice residential area with some high end shops and lovely cafes, so it would have been rude not to stop at La Playa for a coffee among all the flowers! Next stop was the Englischer Garden, a huge city park, where there is a weir where surfers practice. Not quite Hawaii but interesting to watch and then ...
... being killed. We quickly walked through the building that housed prisoners in cells. These cells were reserved for important political figures who were against Hitler or for those who tried to kill Hitler. These prisoners were thought to be more special and were often tortured and killed. It was every to be in there and some of huge cells had quotes from prisoners on the walls. Next, we headed for a walk along the fence or wall of the camp. As we walked along we ...
days their production is mostly supervised by – Trappist monks. We visited two
beer-producing abbeys – Chimay and Rochefort. Neither gives tours, so at Chimay
beer tourists can only stroll around the well-kept grounds, glance at the rack
of religious tracts, rosary beads, and other religious trinkets for sale, and
stare at the “Private” sign on the building that everyone knows houses the
brewery. At Rochefort, one can merely ...
... The beer was great and the food awesome. Myself and Jake enjoyed half pork leg's, Lauren a pork roast and Maddy a traditional pasta and meat sauce dish. We could hardly finish it before walking back to the ever-increasingly rowdy campground. We could have easily joined the party, but thought wise to charge the batteries for the big day ahead tomorrow. The first bus leaves the campground at 7am in the morning to head into the beer halls and we want to be on that. ...