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- Non-smoking hotel
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... the corner from the famous Hofbrauhaus ?
The first evening was spent in this wonderful old pub whose outside appearance just beckoned you in; and remembering the awful weather, it was a great opportunity for an early dinner and to experience the warmth and atmosphere therein. The place did not disappoint and after putting my head in to the Hoffbrau House (famous beer hall and in full swing at Oktoberfest), I decided that it was too crowded and noisy for me.From ...
... were able to get a table that we stayed at for the rest of the day.
I think our table was actually the first one to be served our Steins (the liter glasses of beer), and yes, this was at 9am. The tent crowded more and more and soon enough, everyone had a beer in hand. A tradition at Oktoberfest is to stand on the table (well, with one foot or else you will get kicked out) and chug the entire liter of beer. That is of course, if you ...
... full of arty pieces, 3 ‘rooms’ (well one bedroom, one lounge that doubled as a bed and a closest with a mattress on the floor), a poo shelf toilet (don’t ask) and a giant plastic deer. When Chris returned he unveiled his and Tet’s lederhosen outfits for the festival and mine, a giant green ‘I love beer’ outfit in the shape of a beer bottle. I wasn’t overly keen on wearing this at the time however would soon grow in to it. To ...
I remember when I was first planning my trip around Europe for the 2014 summer, my eldest brother had told me Oktoberfest in Munich was a must. I was skeptical though. Drinking beer around big tables? Greaaaaat, loveeeeee beer! Blerg! Oh how quickly my 'greaaaaaat' lost its sarcasm and thoughts on beer changed.
Oktoberfest is a disney land for young and old alike, the happiest place on earth ...
... read there are references to Aushwitz. There were a few people in our tour who found the visit to Dachau Concentration Camp overwhelming and cried throughout the tour. I thought I would have been one of them...Instead I found myself more curious, exploring the camp grounds and reading all the plaques and studying the museum. I found the section about the medical experiments very interesting. Maybe Aushwitz concentration camp would be more confronting ...