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... 8217;t get much of a break. After bumping in to some local lads (Geordies) for Tet and Chris and a few ‘haway the toon’ chants we went back to the Lowenbrau (albeit separately through various methods of entry) to meet up with Jess and her crew, do a bit of Pulp Fiction dancing, drink more steins, lose mobile phones and oompa oompa "ein prost it" chanting, then allegedly on the Olympic Rings rollercoaster with Tet, bolting from everyone, and waking up the next day ...
... of it!!
Oktoberfest is the party of the year in Europe, and I'd have to say in the World for that matter.
We had a blast over those three days, making friends, being silly, adding souvenirs to our already growing Oktoberfest collection and eating as much traditional food as humanly possible.
I don't know when we will be back, but I do know I want to come back as many times as possible!!
> I didn’t have a lot of touring planned this time, so it was somewhat of a “low key” visit. The only thing I had planned was to see the Museum of Transport, which I did.
> Hotel Royal was much the same as my previous visit, and I believe I got the same room. As on my last visit, I had to request a Fan as the room was a bit “stuffy” with the window closed, which was necessary to minimize the traffic and street noise.
This morning we woke and were at the main central station for our first tour at 9am. Our tour guides name was Levi Homan. We booked our tour through Viator. Levi has his own business called The Thirsty Historian and contracts to Radius Tours. Levi was an excellent tour guide. He provided extensive background information about Hitler and the lead up to him coming into power before we arrived at Dachau Concentration Camp. I appreciate how Levi ...
... first keg and then drank the first stein of beer for the festival. By this time it had been some 5.5hrs of waiting and to say I was thirsty would be the understatement of the century!
Our first beer was delivered to the table at 12:30, some 6hrs after we arrived at the festival grounds, and it was met with a level of excitement I have never greeted a beer with before… one could almost say it was love. It was however short lived love as that first 1ltr of beer ...