Hotel Cocoon Sendlinger Tor
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... festival dates back to the wedding more than a century ago of a King which was held with a big celebration. The people enjoyed it so much it became an annual tradition. It actually starts in September and runs 14 days until the first weekend of October. ...
... tent with smoked fish (I did not try it) and Augustiner beer. The tent was slam packed. We met so many cool people and really had a fun time. Jerry, who owned the company that brought all of our new friends to Oktoberfest, invited Kailee and me to come on stage with him to see Country Road with the band. I am still in shock this happened since we were the only ones they invited up. We went up in front of 5,000 Germans and sang John Denver. I felt like a rockstar :) In every tent ...
... I wasn’t sure initially if the tower was open, as it was fenced off most of the way around the bottom & I think they were doing some renovation work on the tower. I walked around the Olympic Park, which is quite big & looked in the main stadium. Then I caught the underground train back to Marienplatz & walked around the city centre taking more photos.
That completes the report on my time in Europe, so I will attempt to get this posted. Cheers for now, Geoff (GR).
We arrived from the airport by train - 45 minute ride, wow I thought Edmonton International airport was out in the country. It started to rain once we got checked into our hotel but we headed out to the Marienplatz to see the sights anyways. Young Men in lederhosen and young women in dirndl dresses walking everywhere. I think there was a party we were missing out on. We decided to have a beer ...
... created a number of pamphlets that spoke out against the policies of Hitler and suggested that Jews and Poles were being murdered in concentration camps. They distributed these pamphlets by mail throughout Germany, but were eventually caught by a janitor working at the University. The students were immediately put on trial, convicted four days later, and executed the same day as their sentencing. Their resistance effort, although ...