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... the agenda when Julia met me from the train was to invest in the biggest scarf I could find. Being so cold had its upside though, providing a great excuse to keep popping into heated cafes and beer halls, of which the centre of Munich had many to offer. My favourite was the Ratskellar, which sprawls through the cellars of the 'New Town Hall' ( the term 'new' being relative: it's pretty old from a 2014 perspective but in 1867, when it ...
... actually, which surprised me given it was off to Munich and the biggest festival in the world, but it was good because it meant I could stretch out and settle in for the ride - I got a bit of blogging, relaxing and sleeping in! It was sort've lucky that I didn't get up too much during the trip, because the one time I did, I did a Katrina! For those who don't know, which is pretty much everyone (I'm really just calling it that on the off chance she's reading ...
... beer. Our second full day we headed over to where Oktoberfest is located and walked around before the storm of people hit it on Saturday! Then we took the train out to Olympic park, walked around the soccer stadium where Bayern Munich practices and was also where the opening ceremonies were for the 1972 Olympics. Beautiful grounds and area where all the sports buildings were located! Next we walked through the ...
... has moving parts that tell two stories. It consists of 43 bells and 32 life-sized figures that go around and around. The first story is of a married couple, with a joust to celebrate. The second story is about a special dance. In the end I just saw figures moving around a bit.
Then we found our way to the St Peter’s church with a tower you can climb up. You wind your way up a staircase (303 stairs actually), in some places so narrow you need ...
... it back to the hostel. Here i uploaded some pictures, got ready for the next day, cleaned up, relaxed and got ready for the night.
I then left the hostel and headed over to the station where i meet up with a beer and food culture tour. First up a free beer, then onto a train to head closer to where we needed to go. We then went to the beer and Oktoberfest museum where our guide gave us a guided tour of the museum part and then ...