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... lakes with swans. We did not have time to visit the grotto which is a cave decorated to represent Wagner's Ring operas.
After our short visit to Linderhof (it's only a 30 minute tour), we headed to Oberammergau which is a small town in southern Bavaria famous for its Passion Play. They do it every ten years to fulfill their promise to God who spared them from the plague in the 1500s. It's also seemingly known for souvenir ...
... by foot to my hostel which was about a 10 minute walk but still very easy to find. I checked in hoping that my hostel fellow guests would not be sleeping as i still needed to shower and unpack some stuff. I got up to my room and found that no one was there. Great!! I decided to shower and get into bed and watch some TV. This is the first Hostel i had been in which had TV's in the room, but for 40 Euro a night i sort of expected them to.
At this time the ...
... We then walked to the Residenz and did a self guided tour of this extremely opulent and over the top residence of the old kingdom (firstly the dukes, then electors and finally the Kings of Bavaria from 1623-1918) where some rooms could be at least 50% gold leaf. Unfortunately, we didn't get to see the theatre of the Residenz but picture the State theatre in Sydney with only red velvet seating and gold leaf detail. The Residenz has an amazing collection of china and ...
... budget today but it was well worth it- we had soooo much fun!
After nearly five hours of dancing on tables and benches, singing songs and Paul losing count of the beers drunk we decided to call it a night. Before we left we had a go at the dodgem cars which was much more aggressive than I remembered it to be, a toffee apple and a maccas run ;) great day!!
On our second day in Munich we walked around the town and took in the gorgeous architecture. ...
... breaky which was a delicious roll with ham, tomato and cheese, some cereal and yogurt and fruit salad, juice coffee and tea.
I finally got to say hi to Ash and Cyleste properly!
We all got ready in our costumes again, and got on the Fanatics bus into Oktoberfest. We were allocated to the Paulener tent. I got 7 pen strikes on my arm for my stein drinking. Luke thought I cheated because I was drinking railers (beer ...