Derag Livinghotel Max Emanuel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... city hall, ballroom and tower. The Glockenspiel in the tower was inspired by the tournaments that used to be held in Marienplatz during the Middle Ages. Three times a day the tower chimes and 32 life sized figures reenact two local stories. We also toured St. Peter's Church which was absolutely breathtaking, both inside and out. We climbed 306 rickety stairs, up a very narrow tower where people were ...
... our spot while Dom and Chris went to get sausage. Around two or three in the afternoon (we had migrated to a sit down table by then) we got kicked out of the tent because the tables were reserved for people at three. They weren't letting anymore people back into the tent because they were at max occupancy. At this point I somehow got split up from Dom and Chris, and after assuming for some reason they must have gotten back into the tent, I somehow snuck in behind one ...
... good! We continued wandering through the grounds, and came across an awesome looking water log ride. I was excited, but Nikita queazy. My my how the shoe was on the other foot! She's the one that wanted to go through with his originally, so I was gonna make her pay! To her credit, she got on it with me anyway, my promise that she wouldn't get wet got her over the line, and it was so much fun! And we got soaked. Haha. Next was the somewhat mellow Ferris wheel. Whoo! But it did ...
... we were getting a seat there as it was so full! So we head outside walking around for a bit. Eventually we managed to get a seat outside at the Crossbow tent (sorry I can't remember how to spell it in German lol) next to some Germans from Berlin. We ordered our 1st maß and it was delicious!! We stuck around for a while ate some chicken had some drinks and a few random chats with the Berlin chick and also some other chicks we met ...
... what I was going to do. Flights to Munich, being at the last minute, were way too expensive. As were trains. Buses were cheap, but took way too long. Hot air balloons, unfortunately, were not a feasible option. In the end, I booked a flight to Frankfurt the next morning, and planned to hitchhike to Munich from there. So I got up at 5am, headed to London City Airport, boarded the 8am flight, and landed in Frankfurt at 10am. I met up with Sandy, who I had arranged a lift with, ...