Carat Hotel & Apartments Munchen
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James left early this morning for London so it was just me again at camp. I didn't know what to do with myself. I was supposed to leave for Salzburg the next day but I honestly didn't know how I would manage it and the people at the camp said I could stay as long as I like. Everything was a blur the whole day and I just tried to keep myself busy. ...
... the woman when she saw what she had done and made things worse by dabbing at the affected people trying to get the salt off them with a paper napkin.
After a few more seconds – everyone picked up what had occurred and everything went back to normal except I bet for the couple that threw the salt. A short time later when the couple had finished their meal and left, there was a huge roar of laughter around the garden, and I am sure the couple would have heard it, as they were ...
... but I saw a few BH for over 150 Euros! Some dirndls will require a petticoat or underskirt to lay properly.
Lederhosen are another story. Bavarians will tell you that the proper way to care for lederhosen is never to wash them. There is a joke about an elderly Bavarian man who went to his physician for a checkup. He was told he would need to give a blood sample, urine sample, sperm sample and stool and stomach sample so the doctor could assess ...
... was on the way in. No. Had to turn back around to find one as they charge a fortune if the car is not full. Learnt that the hard way in Amsterdam. All done with a minimum of fuss, although Alice will tell a different story no doubt. Dropped the car off & caught the train into town. All went quite easily really even though it was public transport. Rented an apartment off a website, CityHome, which has turned out ...
... and with some finesse. That's my boy! In Bavaria's head they had actually made bronze casts of cushioned seats....it was cool. Through her eyes you could get a birds eye view of Theresienwiese which was even more impressive and totally justified the climb and delaying our queuing at a drinking tent. Who would have thought? It would have been great to revisit Bavaria's head when Oktoberfest was in full swing but I can't see anyone being capable of that after a few ...