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... br> It must've taken me over two hours to get back to the campsite. After asking locals for directions and occasionally catching the train the wrong way I finally made it to Obermenzing train station! I even got chatting to a couple of locals on the final train. One of them asked me something in German. I didn't understand and replied "nein" but felt a bit rude and explained the language barrier. He was absolutely sound and he told me it was good to listen to someone ...
... next. The party continues every year around the same dates to this day and is now called “Oktoberfest”. A celebration of Bavarian culture with the best food, beer and about 10 MILLION PEOPLE that don't belong here descending on the center. That's right this city has a population of 1.3 million and it's current record for visitors during Oktoberfest was in 2012 with over 10 million people. Can you imagine??? They only have rooms for 40,000 people. I can imagine the ...
... I headed off on my friend’s wife’s bike & rode around the countryside to quite a few villages. It was a cooler day & a little breezy, but otherwise a lovely day for cycling. I rode to the villages of Gachlingen, Oberhallau & Hallau, where I went into a supermarket & bought a bread roll & some salami, as well as some fruit. I had a picnic lunch on the side of the road between Hallau & Trasadingen. At Trasadingen I rode to the ...
... experience walking through the gas chamber and seeing the crematoriums and the cells which the bodies were disposed of in. The museum component was really interesting, again looking at the history of Nazi Germany but this time more in relation to Dachau Concentration Camp and the role it played in the establishment of the concentration camps.
The next day I decided to have a lighter and more happy day, which consisted of going to the BMW museum and BMW Welt. ...
... She was there with a crew of people which made our Oktoberfest time more fun. We lined up outside, with the many other festival go-ers, waiting for the doors to open. The anticipation was building and I was getting anxious. As soon as the doors flung open at 10am, the crowd exploded into the room. Everyone was running frantically to try to get a table for themselves and their friends. We spotted Nat standing on top of a table to our right and we ran over and joined her, all the ...