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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the quintessential Munich Beer Hall. Along the way, we checked out the market that is set up most days. And we hit the chocolate shop.......
Anyway, back to the Hofbrauhaus – It was pretty much everything we had anticipated even down to the Ooom Pah Pah band. Shelly and Joan found something amusing – not sure just what, but they laughed about it. See the pictures.
Finally we departed downtown Munich and made for the hotel and hit the hay around ...
Now, after almost 3 weeks of travelling and covering some decent amount of geography in that time, I feel confident in saying I have done some thorough research on the playgrounds of Europe. The first thing I have realized is that the playgrounds here are bigger, better, and likely more economical to build than the ones in Canada. I haven't seen anything here that looks overly expensive ...
... the city. It was great! We saw the Frauenkirche (a great building topped by two copper onion-shaped domes), Alter Botnischer Garten (an old Botanic garden rearranged to serve as a park, filled with vibrant tulips), and the old town gates. We ended the walk with a delectable dinner; Weiner schnitzel for Scott and a fresh salad for me.
We went back to the room, accomplished a few tasks before bed and listened to trippy fish music station.
... we were so full but I had been dying to try some apple strudel so we got some. It was very tasty. All up for everything including a tip it came to £50. Basically the same price it costs for one main meal in Switzerland. We were stoked! We are so excited to explore tomorrow and see this place. We have had an amazing experience so far! And we got told there are some Christmas markets on which we cannot wait to visit! Germany rocks so ...
... behind a Kiwi guy who we watched the Americas cup race with, a few weeks ago in a hostel on the French Riviera. What are the odds of that! There are 35 tents here, 15 of them are giant tents each holding between 5-11 thousand people. It'll be a hard afternoon to beat; spending the afternoon with 10 kiwis was pretty awesome. What I love most about Oktoberfest is everyone is happy, just glowing from the inside out. Everywhere you look there's people (6million to be precise) smiling, ...