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... world.. Sitting in the beer garden at a wooden picnic bench under a canopy of trees, we awkwardly try to order our beer and bretzel from the gruff German lady... It doesn't take much and our legs are a little more like jelly.. The walk back downhill so much easier. We train it back into Munchen where we collapse into our hotel room so stoked to be back in this continent which we have such a soft spot for. Our bellies are now grumbling.. ...
... the castle's mountain, we were in a winter wonderland! I had been missing snow and this definitely gave me my fix. I had never seen such a perfect winter scene. The walk up to the castle was a blast and when we finally got to see the castle, it was unbelievable. This castle was built by King Ludwig II as a place for him to get away. He died while it was being built, however, so the castle was never finished on the inside. That is why we decided to save our money and not take a tour ...
... the Bavarian Alps for the first time,,, with snow... However we didn't go high into the Alps so didn't see much snow on the ground... Like Mark, was disappointed... The castle was more of an elaborate state house, but still an interesting tour. There were two swans who greeted us after the tour, and as long as you kept your fingers away from their beaks, you were fine. ...
... was not the only one drinking, there were lots of people already on it when I sat down. What we did not realise was that Oktoberfest is a continual festival for two full weeks so there were heaps of people dressed and not just your usual tourists it is a big event even for the locals.
After breakfast we headed straight for the department store to get a Lederhosen and I was preparing myself for some pretty hefty prices, but happily surprised. There was a whole ...
Day 1 - we were up at 630 getting ready and having breaky to meet meilz out the front of the ochenbraterie tent at 8. There were huge lines for most tents but this one wasn't to bad as we were able to sit at a table with Amelia's friends. Having to wait until 12 for the first keg to be tapped by the mayor meant ...