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... outfits were I couldn’t help but imagine that Lederhosen can’t be that comfortable to work in.
What I found interesting was that he said Munich was the one place in Germany where people still wear traditional clothing on a daily basis. At a business meeting it’s likely that half will be in suits and half in Dirndl and Lederhosen and nobody would bat an eyelid, yet turn up like that to a meeting in Berlin and people will assume there is something wrong ...
... the first keg of Oktoberfest (we were there on opening day). Everyone ordered lots of pitchers and pretzels and then after a couple hours a few of us went outside to go on the mini amusement park rides. Oktoberfest was basically a carnival with rides and 14 beer tents holding 7,000 people each. We all had a great time. In the morning we got a quick breakfast and then Lucas had to take a train to ...
... A few hundred years ago there were no toilets inside. The men had to pee in the gutter of the street... to make relieving oneself they shifted the gutter inside. so you didn't even have to leave your seat... all you had to do was warn your companions to lift their feet and **** on the floor... some of the clients even got inventive with walking stick type devices to allow for a more discrete evacuation of ...
... mechanistic. It takes some daring on the part of a director to breath life into the production and give the audience a reason to stay awake. Even though this was not a production I particularly liked the audience seemed to enjoy it with much foot stomping to show their very strong approval of the performances. After the opera Glenn and I had dinner at Zum Franziskaner a good Bavarian style restaurant.
And so ended another day in ...
... was a huge debate as to whether the building should be torn down or not. They ended up leaving the building but filling it with contemporary art because they knew Hitler would have hated that! The building was right near the English Garden so we went there next and saw the surfers! They have built up an artificial dam almost so that it creates a wave and people come and surf there year round. Lulu had to leave us at this point, but we kept walking around ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed