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... the building is full of light. This is because the windows are cleverly hidden behind pillars, but the light symbolized that God had already filled the church with His presence. Having realized that he had been tricked, the Devil angrily smashed his foot into the ground, leaving a footprint that you can still see today.
Finally, we ventured into Marienplatz, the main square of Munich. We watched the ...
... good too, and nice for a drink with a pianist tinkling away in the background.
Dinner that night was just a short stroll away at Weisses Brauhaus, a typical Bavarian style restaurant. I had a lovely pork cordon bleu, served with spaetzle, which was a kind of egg noodle. Nice, but a little heavy for me.
Back to the Torbrau for a good nights sleep before our day exploring Munich.
... the variety of transportation making the pilgrimage: bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles, busses all snaking their way up the winding road. We ended the day at Renate Hollin Pension in Fusch, only 60 euros with breakfast. We enjoyed dinner that evening at the Landgasthof Hotel Romerhof complete with boisterous bar patrons singing to the ...
For lunch Paul and I shared a mushroom soup, which was creamy and full of field mushrooms. It actually tasted really fresh. We also had a pretzel and had a little bit of cheese from the cheese platter that Sebastian ordered.
It was a fun morning, however I think the rookie error was that perhaps we started a bit early and shouldn't have stayed in the one tent because the boys got a little drunk and then went out wandering and we lost them for a good ...
... beer tent, I finally met up with Luisa outside the Hacker-Pschorr tent at just past 6:15. Exhausted and relieved, I sheepishly joined her family at their table.
All the trouble was worth it. Oktoberfest was amazing. I entered it with high expectations, but had a nagging fear that it wasn't going to live up to the hype. But it exceeded it. I had only expected a big crowd of young men, to be sat around long wooden benches, getting debaucherously drunk. And I expected ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bayernland Munich
Hotel Bayernland is conveniently located near the main train station. You can walk anywhere from there. The room was nice and the breakfast was beyond incredible!
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