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... our way to Marienplatz - where the weight of opportunity cost crushed me. We'd spent the last hour slowly snaking through the crowd. But when we finally arrived at Marienplatz we found out where everyone was coming from. The whole square was laid out with beer benches, beer tents a stage and oompah band - every Munich brewery was here! We set ourselves up on a table at the edge and poked fun at the bierleichen, up until I joined them ...
... of beer came our way followed pretzels and wurst all day long. The more people drank the wilder it was, people up on the tables PROST (cheers) all around. We only say at the table for a few hours as roaming around made it easier to experience the enormous tent. Oktoberfest was everything we thought it would be, actually even ...
... end, they would be stopped by a guard and asked why they avoided the main street. If they did not have a good answer they would be put on a list and if they did it again they would be shot. From here, we had a view of the plaza, the victory arch in the distance and where the "gardens" were. We continued on to St. Peter's church which was destroyed in the war. It was rebuilt to look exactly like the original. When they were matching the photos with the ...
... through the front gate
from the pretty bike path nearby. The Chimay monks, however, have a
restaurant/tasting room/souvenir shop/museum facility about a kilometer from
the abbey. The museum does a nice job of providing information about what we in
the 21st century might call a sustainable business or “for-benefit”
corporation. The monks get favorable tax treatment from the Belgian government,
but they plow virtually all of the money they ...
... so had to drag my far too heavy suitcase up a long flight of steps :(
At the top of the steps we could easily see our hotel, the Torbrau, which is apparently the oldest hotel in central Munich. We checked in and were very happy with our rooms, they were small but beautifully appointed.
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