Am Nockherberg Hotel
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... with our Airbnb host Laurin, made an attempt at getting into the beer tents but it seems futile as they were completely packed and they weren't letting anymore people in. Instead, we went to one of the beer gardens just outside of the fairgrounds which proved to be just as much fun. We still got to drink our beer, eat pretzels, and talk with people from all over the world. To be honest I don't think I have ever drank that much beer or ...
On Sunday, I returned from an action-packed weekend in Germany. Four of my roommates and I had the pleasure of attending Oktoberfest which really is a must if you're studying abroad in Europe! We had 9 hour bus ride to the Stoke Campsite in Munich, Germany. Yes, I camped and it was definitely an experience considering the pouring rain and chilly temperatures. Stoke Campsite is run by a group of crazy and energetic Australians who are more than ...
... aircraft and machinery. But we were really tired so we found a coffee and a sandwich and meandered back to the hotel for showers and a nap. Then out to a Bier Garten for beer! lucky I love beer so much!! found a great pub though and had the pork cutlet from what must have been the boar from hell...it was massive. really cute waiter that I thought Jess might have approved of too.
Now waiting for Odd and Rani to arrive and then the games ...
... was that we got on a train going the wrong way. Luckily we realised our mistake after only two stops and were able to get off and catch one going the other direction. It was only about a twenty minute trip and we were soon arriving at the correct location. The BMW Weld was an absolutely enormous place, beautifully done, and with the latest "bimmers" on display. We spent some time perusing this area (which ...
... local restaurant near to their house where we ate succulent pork schnitzel and creamy Kasenudel (noodles with cheese) delicious!
Over the next couple of days, we explored the village of Pullach where they lived and headed into Munich city centre to have a good look around. Nicky had said that for lunch we should visit the Hofbrauhaus. This is the largest and most famous of all the beer halls in Munich, a city renowned for its beer drinking prowess. After a morning ...