Derag Livinghotel Karl Theodor
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... of everything. It is all so fresh! There are also tables everywhere to grab food, beer, coffee, ice cream, etc. People sit outside all day just drinking, eating and enjoying the day. I plan to do most of our shopping here!
Dining here is very different than in the US. Meals are supposed to be enjoyed and they expect you to take your time eating and drinking. Servers in Germany are not ...
... We got to Oktoberfest right around 7:30. The tents don't open until 9:00 but if you want any chance at all of making it into the popular tents you have to wait in line. We arrived to the same tent as Friday, to find the security guards screaming at people and "assisting" in moving and herding us around like we were animals. The security guards for the tent were probably some of the most intimidating people I have ever seen before. They were all monstrous, mean and ...
... story coming up. In a few weeks), so we went searching for some. Unfortunately we couldn't find it, but Nikita did find some calamari and chips to satisfy her hunger. Not me though, there was only one food related thing on my mind today, and I sensed it was getting closer! With everything else satisfied, the last thing on our list, to get ********d in a beer hall for the rest of the day and enjoy German food in the process, was awaiting! We headed to a beer hall we hadn't ...
... amazeballs) and contemplated going on the rides. Of course being the first night it was super busy, so we thought we'd save that for Monday when we come back.We made our way back to our area and stopped for dinner at the same restaurant as last night. Then we had a nice early night ready for tomorrow to explore Munich...also we are having dinner with the couple we met at the Hostel in Lisbon...so that will be good.
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... 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 ...