Hotel Muenchen Palace
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This weekend I was lucky enough to visit a place I thought I'd only ever see in the movies... Munich's Oktoberfest! I ended up winning a lottery placement spot on a student organized trip, which saved me quite a bit of money in terms of transportation and accommodation. We left Mannheim at 1am on Friday morning and arrived at the hostel around 7am and after a quick breakfast we headed off to the festival ...
... us guys. I message Victoria drunk again. Standard.
There's no reply in the morning, we don't have to be anywhere until our bike tour of Munich that night at 16:30. The bike tour is a bit different, the guy is basically a drug addled tour leader, he makes jokes, pokes fun and tells funny stories. Ganzer and I get pulled up to try and imitate some statue. It's good fun riding around, we go to the second largest beer garden in Munich, it holds 7000 people. I get ...
... and both John and I could not finish it. The cost was just under 11 Euro’s.
The match was a good one and the result fair in that it was a draw 12 all.
After the match we went looking to carry out a number of tasks and ended up losing each other in the heavy crowds around at that time. I continued on and booked the activity tours required; then headed back towards our hotel. Unfortunately it started raining heavily ...
... we headed back to the hostel to check in. We were excited to meet who was staying in our room, but we were met with an empty room. So we started to get ready to go for drinks, music blaring, dancing around in our towels. Our new roommates finally arrived and they couldn't have been less friendly. They struggled to say a few words to us, so we continued getting ready until some more people arrived. They were uninterested also. It looked ...
... this bike tour was going to be fun. Our guides were two young, quite fortunate looking guides, one from New Zealand and the other from the UK. We got our bikes and started our ride around the city. Making stops at some of the big sites so that they could give us a few quick facts about the place but nothing too mind numbingly boring. They knew we were going to retain that information for about 5 minutes and then have no idea the name of the monument we just ...