Hotel AMENITY Munich
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... explain to him (a few times) he'd already paid when he ordered it. What an awesomely messed up city this was! I took my pizza back to the hotel, chucked the tv on, and settled in for a relaxing night. Even though I had like 30 channels, Germany likes to dub their tv shows, so I flicked through some decent shows I knew but couldn't understand, and settled on the only one in English - CNN World News. Oh well, I didn't care! I was in Munich, for Oktoberfest. Nothing could be ...
... of the area I chose not to go the part of the camp where the mass
killings were held, deciding that it would bring up to many emotions and un
wanted distress. The barracks were torn down only the stone foundations
standing, marking the 35 of them which were force built by the prisoners. It
was an emotional experience that will never leave me and I'm grateful
that I got too see it and how it evolved. You got to experience some of
the stories from the American ...
Today bill had booked us into a free walking tour of the town centre if Munich, we caught the tram. The walk started with the glockenspiel, but he explained what it meant.( the guide is a lovely Irish man who loved his beer), The tour took over 3 hours, and learnt a lot of the history, but ...
... but the Oktoberfest is the only environment where I'll let it slide. It fit the mood perfectly. It was music that made you put a stein to your lips, bounce around and drink with a goofy smile on your face. Oktoberfest is a gathering place....a watering hole if you will....for the young and the old. It was comical looking around the beer hall and seeing tables full of dressed up college aged people and next to them tables full of old Germans red faced, laughing and swaying ...
... lacks the band and comfort of being undercover. Since both the inside and beer garden were full in this section we decided to move on. The second tent was one of the biggest (Hofbräu) and had much nicer decorations with a band playing both English and German songs. Luckily we found two end seats of a long table and we asked to sit. Luckily it was besides some other Aussie guys who were happy to make room for us late comers. We ordered our first round of litre beers ...