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... occupies is just enormous!! The Statue of Bavaria is an 18m high statue representing the female personification of the Bavarian homeland. We found out once we got home that you can actually climb an internal staircase to get a view out of her helmet over the square below and downtown Munich.... DAMM!! That was the end of our adventures for the day so we headed home for a dinner of awesome Afghan food, a glass of wine and then bed. Another big day tomorrow no ...
... to see just how many "six-packs" we could actually consume.
But what if after all this beer drinking we became separated from our friends, forgot where we were staying or maybe even forgot how to form coherent sentences (that never happens at Oktoberfest, right?).
Well no need to worry. Safety first at Oktoberfest.
Safety came in the form of a wristband to be worn ...
... Appetising it was not. Weird tasting pork sausages, watery powered eggs, sloppy backed beans and dried out cold toast. It didn't look good before it went in our mouths, I would hate to think what it was going to look like after too much beer when it came back out again....sorry for the visual but really the difference would have been marginal. Despite its unappetising appearance, it was food and it filled the empty holes in our tummies...and it was included in our tour costs ...
... Wednesday of the month and entry to the museum was free. Not often do we strike it lucky :). But we did spend a long time there, too long. We didn't have time to go to the street with all the diamonds in it, something else to do next time.
Next to the museum is a cafe which is run by a British guy. The cafe looks to be made of a couple of old barges put together. When you walked into the place, there were chooks free ranging in an enclosure, ...
... fantastic band with a lot of brass instruments, three singers, 4 guitarists and a very good drummer. They played mostly traditional music with a couple of German hits in between. Every 10 minutes or so they played the Prost song which meant it was time to have a drink. Prost is the equivalent to cheers in Germany. And the song goes prosten eine prosten and then one two three drink! Anyway something like that, can't quite remember.
The beer glasses are also ...
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