Brauereigasthof Hotel Aying
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... somehow it became a giant mosh pit with me in the middle. It was seriously like a movie where I could see Jaquie and Linh getting smaller and smaller as I was being sucked further in hahahah. Luckily, a very nice man held me up before I was trampled on but I sadly broke a heart on my dirndl hahaha. When I finally made it out alive I found Linh and Jaquie and we headed out to find some beer. We found one of the ladies who walked around with all the mugs and each ordered ...
... the train but you get what I mean. I sat with an Australian girl, Melissa who had 3 hours sleep the night before and then thought she'd go see the Castle. Melissa has been backpacking around Europe for 2 years, when not working as an Occupational Therapist with autistic children in London. She was lovely. And she had been absolutely everywhere. Everywhere. She had taken 32 days to do that Pyrenees Walk from Spain to France that you and Klara were going to do, Nate. ...
... were incredible. A little weird knowing Hitler and his buddies had spent time there. To get there, the bus took us to a central location, where we were loaded onto private buses that took us up a steep mountain road, then you had to walk through a tunnel that led to an elevator that took you up to the cottage. Afterwards, we ...
Today was our last day of the schnitzel tour. Our flight was a late afternoon one leaving from the Munich airport which is around 30km away from Bad Tölz. That meant....we got to sleep in!!! Oh that was lovely! We enjoyed our last German breakfast (open faced ham and cheese sandwich, soft boiled egg, fresh yogurt with granola on top and of course Nutella spread on anything). We sauntered through the fresh market in the town center, Pete bought a Duetchland ...
... which was just like giant and awkward. The girls were in dresses and had their boobs hanging out. But literally 80% of people were dressed up, I felt like I should have been too. Someone did tell me that the guy's pants were like 90 euros or something ridiculously expensive, but Oktoberfest does last a whole week.
After exploring we went back to the area where Oktoberfest was being celebrated. It was like a fair almost. There were rides like the Ferris wheel and ...