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We slept for about 2 hours before we all had to get up and head to the airport. We were all traveling non-rev to Munich, and didn't know if all of us would be able to get on the same flight. Luckily we all somehow managed to get on a direct flight on Lufthansa airlines. We all passed out on the plane, and had to take the train to the apartment we had booked. We booked a place right next to Oktoberfest ...
... saw the place where he marched his men to try to take over the city (unsuccessfully). We also saw several beer halls where he made speeches. It was really interesting (even for me)! The tour lasted several hours and by then we were hungry. We went back to one of these famous beer halls so we could experience the atmosphere. The food consisted of sausages and traditional German food. Pretty good I'd say! At this hall you kinda have to sit with ...
... the hotel -30 minute decompress then leave for dinner via subway -Salad, chicken (with a good sauce), corn cheese things, sour jello -Finished my first beer (before I couldn't get past a few sips) -Decided alcohol is most definitely not for me (nothing happened don't worry). And probably won't try it again for the rest of the trip -Walked around seeing the grounds for Oktoberfest and a monument to Bavaria -Head back to hotel via ...
... By the way I won’t be making any jokes about German sausages, because they are the wurst… After all of this hearty fair, we rolled backed to the hotel – passing Bayern Munich’s white-lit stadium on the way – and into our beds. This stadium in covered in an inflatable skin that is lit blue when Bayern are playing, red when the other home team plays and white when Germany play…pretty cool. It’s not like the ...
... back at Munich railway station and found our hotel which is in a great spot between the station and the main city centre. We went for our first walk around the city and along the main shopping streets to the town square and markets. Much like Italy, the cafes in the square all had outdoor areas for customers to look out into the square while seated, except this time there were lambswool seat covers and fleece blankets to use to keep warm at ...