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I woke up in a great mood this morning as I met my roommates and they are American!! I am so happy! And they are staying till Saturday so I will only have to "worry" about 2 roommates but I won't mind! My roommates are from Portland Oregon and 2 are brothers, Matthew and Tim along with their friend, Nick. I joined them for breakfast and ran into Virginie and Tessa. So far, it was a great morning so that means everything will go perfectly today, right? Well, ...
... This store had comfy seating everywhere! Every conceivable place had a reading nook and almost all of them were occupied. The childrens section was uniquely arranged. It was set up by very specific age ranges. Birth, 3-5, 7-9, etc. With special breakout sections for fairy tales and cultural books. I was thrilled to find an old tale that my grandmother and father used to read to me, Max and Moritz, so I bought my own copy of ...
... architecture of the 17th century. Noteworthy is that the royal family of Bavaria aligned themselves with Napoleon of France and were his allies at the battle of Austerlitz. Well we all know what ultimately happened to Napoleon and as he end up defeated, so too were the military forces of Bavaria. So with the ebb and flow of the Bavaria royal family the kingship (is that a word) flow through Ludwig I and to Ludwig II. Now King Ludwig is famous for his ...
... be the most famous beer hall in the world. The building was gigantic (must be why they call it a beer HALL) and every tables was full. We happened to show up and get a seat right away but most people were not that lucky. Several steins of beer later we were drunk along with the rest of the building. The traditional German band was playing in full force. Canadians must love beer halls because we bumped into two Canadian girls that were on our tour of ...
... and attentive to your table, serving you more frequently and keeping your steins full.
Not knowing what to expect, Josh and I arrived with our group to the festival after 5pm. It was already a sea of beer drinkers. The festival was nothing we expected. Besides the many beer tents were hundreds of food stalls offering pretzels, foot-long wursts, pastries and candied apples. Carnival rides including Ferris wheels, roller ...