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... Germany sitting out or table. One guy was really drunk and could barley sit up. The German guy sitting next to me made a point that that was not normal.
... around and found the stall with the ornaments we liked. After some extensive “analysis” we finally settled on some ornaments, found a little heart purse for Cora (aka the “Big E”), which mimicked the gingerbread hearts and decided it was time to get ready to go to Octoberfest.
We changed into our festive shirts and wandered down the street in the direction of the subway. We stoppped by a little shop to look at the selection of gingerbread ...
... Museum located on a small island in the Isar river. It was a rainy day, so this was the perfect way to spend a few hours. The Deutsches Museum is the world's largest museum of science and technology with about 28,000 exhibited objects from 50 fields of science and technology including nautical, air & space, natural science, energy, transportation, materials & production, communication, and all sorts of other engineering fields (the ...
... the bride or groom to perform the whole day to raise money for the actually bachelor party later on. We encounter a young man who wore a goal and people paid a Euro to shoot a soccer ball at him. Another young lady would sign your favorite song (if she knew it) for a Euro. The kids mainly went shopping and checked out the sights - old and new town hall, the Church of our Lady, or climbed to the very top of St. Peter's cathedral to see the city from above with the Alps rising ...
... I'd been there before on Contiki. There was a big group of us initially, but inside the hall, it was every man for himself. 8 of us scored a table and ordered beers and food. Delicious! I only had 2 steins but they were a lot stronger than I remembered! We headed back to the hostel around 10.30 so we could be up early to leave at 9am for the festival! Luckily it wasn't freezing cold, so wearing just my dirndl was enough. We'd been told that we needed to get to the beer tents ...