- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... beer in a stein. I really don't know how they can drink it!!!
Phil enjoyed his half litre talking to Herbert who was an interesting character.
Walked back towards our hotel and had an early dinner in an Italian restaurant- couldn't cope with a huge German meal two nights running.
Another early night after walking around for 7 hours. Leaving Munich in the morning and heading to Ottobeuren.
... So from the border, we took a long bus ride through the beautiful green green green countryside of Germany and finally arrived in Munich.
We spent 4 nights in Munich (Munchen) in Bavaria, Germany. Munich is apparently the beer capital of the world, with the HofBrau Haus, and a richly interesting history that entangled beer and politics in many of the same events. Munich was also the starting place of the Nazi Party, and many of the ...
... were butchers from northern Germany. (The owner brought his apprentice Sebastian and two of his top guys with him.) So with that, we began an afternoon of celebrating Octoberfest. The band played and people sang. Men and Women stood on tables and tried to chug the entire stein of beer. Huge applause if you succeeded. Huge boos if you failed.
By about 2:30 Cheryl and I finished our steins and intended to head out to the old part of Octoberfest (at the far end of the ...
... important for me to catch, so I did.
For reasons unbeknown to me, I decided when I got back to get more to drink instead of showering and sleeping. My memory fades here. I remember the guys coming back, telling me all about their day. People are coming in and out of our room, Dave goes to someone elses room, Jack has a girlfriend, it is all a blur and I remember none of it properly. I message Victoria for the third night in a row drunk, this time she replies ...
... was pasteurized and sold in cartons that did not need refrigeration. I don't know where the milk came from; however, we had plenty.
From the discussions of my classmates, the best job to get was as a bagger working for tips. On payday weekends, they could really earn a good wage!
To get into the University of Maryland, we went through the loading entrance of the commissary and we were able to tour it. Brought back so many memories ...