Park Inn by Radisson Munchen Ost
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... the street, and saw the statues of 2 lions outside the old royal residence. It's said if you rub the nose of the lions yet get good luck. I was surprised when I saw even the locals were doing it! I thought that it must work, so I did too!
I got back to the hostel and ate, then headed straight off to the Allianz Arena! I didn't have a ticket but thought I may be able to buy one outside the ground, although I wasn't hopeful. I thought as I was leaving so early it may be ...
... to bid Leisel goodbye and attempted to squeeze in another stein at one of the other famous halls, but it turns out we should have kept our booties planted right at that table. The Oktoberfest was crawling with people and all of the other halls were not seating anyone else. The place was jam packed with people, but was orderly as typical of Germans around the world. The intense drunken nightmare was sure to come later on, but we were glad to be safe in our hotel beds by ...
Went into Theatinerkirche St Kajetan - this church is atypical in Germany. It was built for one of the kings who wanted a church in the Italian style. It stands at the side of the square where Hitler held mass rallies. He stood next to one of the 2 lion statues. After the war, when de Gaulle made a speech from here he insisted that he stood next to other lion.
Otto took ...
... we booked for 2 nights starting on Sunday. This adventure of traveling by the seat of our pants, making up each day as it comes up, sure is different - but it's been a lot of fun!
Since we had an early train tomorrow, we figured we'd save time and eat at the Sofitel's new restaurant, Delice la Brasserie. It was a slightly odd, uneven experience, though the food was very good. In casual German restaurants, you seat yourself but at ...
... happens for a reasons, because we didn't end up getting to our hotel that night until late and we were exhausted, trying to figure out where on earth to go in the dark so the salads ended up being a saving grace (although we did have to take a trip to the hotel vending machine later on).
The next morning we ventured into the city and it was covered in snow (it was almost April so everyone was a little confused) but the city was beautiful ...