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... breakfast snack for tomorrow morning. We piled on to our train and crammed into our cabin on the train. Space was cramped but, despite being set up for 6 people, it was only the four of us. I'm not really sure how 2 more would've fit in here. Beth kept saying "I don't know how we're going to fall asleep; it's going to be loud" and then her head hit the pillow.....boom she was out. At 11:30, our train headed south toward Venice and our cruise.
... added incentive of free Champagne helped also.
Our stay was brief enough though with a wander through what is more a gigantic showroom then an actual exhibition, we did though see the famed Golden Roof and enjoyed some of the other architecture that was about.
Heading out from Innsbruck we had about 2 hours driving so the GPS said and we settled in to the drive keeping pace with the traffic that ranged anywhere from about 110 to 160kph. Not sure how legal it was at ...
... t fix though. So come morning we donned our awesome outfits - me in Collo's Laederhosen and Steph in Kylie's Drindel and headed for the Oktoberfest grounds with Dav and our two newly acquired friends Bianca and Annie who stayed in Dav's room and turned out to be Physio's from Melbourne. What are the chances?!
So the summary report is: Day 1 - I went too hard (forgot I ate a currywurst)
Day 2 - Dav went way harder, fell off a table and forgot multiple ...
... filled up our cups. We had no idea how to keep track on how many we had had but by 5 30 we had had enough. I was tired and the heat from all the people inside the full tent was overpowering. We left the tent shortly after in search for some corn on the cob and were rewarded with our search shortly after hitting the fresh air. It was like heaven and don’t get me wrong I love a good marathon drinking session but this was something else entirely. The Germans can drink and at ...
... around admiring the views of the city. The fortress was never used to defend the city. Walked through an old cemetery then visited the musical theater complex that seats over 5000 people. Walked back through town and caught the bus to the station. Bought a cheese sandwich to tide us over on the 2 hour train ride back to Munich. We left at 5:12 PM and arrived at 7:10. The train was packed because there is a festival in ...