Holiday Inn Express Muenchen Messe
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... weeks ago, but they are still in the process of dismantling the enormous tents. To see the huge, vacant skeletons of these tents was an intriguing juxtaposition of the crowded, chaotic Oktoberfest scenes most tourists see.
So it's been a long day, with far too much alcohol, and we are heading to bed early so we can be up before 6am to catch a train to visit Mad Ludwig's Castle tomorrow morning!
How to start a full day of driving? Take a wrong turn!
I did, but I realised almost immediately, so pulled into a petrol station, filled up the Katana looked at the map again, trying to memorise some of the highway numbers I had to aim for to get to the Stelvio Pass.
I did have to backtrack twice but once I found the ring-road I was away. South.
The traffic wasn't too bad ...
... us to request a song (or I think that is what they asked) and when we said we did not know any because we were American, they struck up "When the Saints Go Marching In". We joined in with them and it was a blast. After finishing our beers, we wandered around the festival a little more and I bought yet more food. By the time later afternoon rolled around, we were all pretty tired and decided to leave the festival and check into our hostel. We made ...
... pork knuckle, potatoes, soups and meat dishes. The local beer is served in one size; large. Near all beer is served in 1Litre steins. Jas and I had 3 and Matt 2. Even Nat had a half litre wheat beer. Marielle sampled, but stuck with coke. Matt made a ridiculous 20€ bet with Jas he could handle 4 Steins tomorrow. We all ordered schnitzels, Matt and I shared a second. Id been looking forward to HB, and it was no disappointment. Tomorrow, a day ...
... main train station. We were all staying in a one-roomed apartment, which unfortunately meant the honeymooners got the pull-out sofa... but since we got there first we took first dibs on the bed!
The first night we discovered a fantastic beer hall just down the road from where we were staying: Augustiner Keller. A TARDIS-like building that seemed bigger on the inside, it had a large beer garden ...