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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We were welcomed by Carla and Helmut and their beautiful daughter Marlene. After a small feast on arriving in their awesome flat we fell into bed to catch up on some much needed sleep. Awoke refreshed and had an amazing Bavarian breakfast of tasty cold meats, condiments, coffee, tea - everything beautiful. Set off to see the sights in the city ...
... that direction and visited 5 tents just to compare the music, ages, and atmosphere of the different tents. We did not have a drop of beer at the Oktoberfest. We did indulge in some hot sugar-coated almonds. That is a popular snack. It was very crowded at each tent and I did not like the crowds. We soon left and turned in for the night. So it was not a very eventful day; lots of time spent on trains.
... that I should offer my services to help translate the menus so that the food sounds as palatable as it tastes, in exchange for room and board. Marie and I decide on currywurst - traditional Bavarian fare. I don't remember what my brother has ordered - but Jayne - after much laughing and joking - orders the 2 Pieces of Veal Balls - which were delicious!
With lunch out of the way, we take the s-bahn back to the hotel where we meet up ...
... away by the large amount of liederhosen in the vicinity. We continued to walk post beer through town, getting some more history on Munich, including the development of the Nazi party. It was interesting to go and see places that I had learned and memorized dates for in history 12. We went through the haufbrau has, one of the most famous beer halls in Munich. At the haus, if you have been drinking there for 20-30 years on a daily basis you are considered a ...
So Sundays in Germany are relatively quiet days, even more so when it's raining and miserable. It's even quieter when you can't check into your accommodation until 8pm, therefore are stuck wandering through the city with a suitcase all day. Luckily the Munich Altstadt is located not far from the Hauptbahnhof, so I was able to see something's whilst wasting the day ...