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... walked past a pizza place, and I thought surely I could manage to order that! I wandered down, and despite the man not speaking English, I successfully ordered a Margherita pizza (I wanted something more but couldn't understand anything else on the menu, so it would do!). Hooray! I saw more evidence of Oktoberfest at the pizza shop too, with a man passed out in the waiting chair. When he was woken up because his pizza was ready, he tried to pay for it, but the man ...
... and viewing these kinds of places really brings you down to earth, we
viewed some horrific pictures and displays on show, images of dead bodies piled
on top of each other and practically skeletons lying in rows were horrifying,
so many things were new to me even after knowing some of the background
information, experiments of the prisoners, brothels and plantations were just a
few of the things going on in the horrible camp. after going off by myself and
... know what he's saying?" Michael asked leaning across the table. "I have German beer running through my veins." I said cheering him and drinking another sip. Leisel was our first friend on our adventure, so regardless if we truly understood each other, we carried on a conversation for about an hour. He didn't have a memorable face or even a memorable name, but we'll never forget him for helping to make the Oktoberfest a smash hit for us. I usually abhor the sounds of "polka ...
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Our first attempt was a smaller tent (thinking our chances would be higher) but unfortunately all the tables were taken and the whole tent was over crowded. The way the tents work is that there is a general non reserved seating area where mainly young people and tourists sit or a reserved seating area which is less crowded and a bit of an older crowd. The other option is to sit outside in the multiple beer gardens but the atmosphere isn't as good ...
We sat down and both ordered a spiked dessert coffee accompanied by a decadent treat from the pastry wagon. Not the typical Oktoberfest experience, but Josh and I embraced it as our own.
Munich is a beautiful quaint city in Germany. There are many things to explore while there. We didn’t have the time to see more than the famed festival , but we are definitely keen to return…And this time, get a seat in a beer ...