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... An agoraphobic's nightmare! The tents all have live bands but Jim said you couldn't' hear the music over the roar of the crowds. Many tents are hard to get into, attracting celebrities or serving particular food or being popular with specific nationalities.
Jim and Werner sat with airline personnel on a couple of visits to Oktoberfest - Danes and Americans. Jim was impressed by how hard the women servers work. Apparently it is a ...
... ice and other times just in shot form. This drink is even sometimes served
spontaneously. Once after dinner at a pizza place in the plaza on Samos, Dan
was given not one but two shots of tsipouro while paying the bill at the
restaurant’s counter. He was in quite a good mood on the walk back to the
Germany definitely likes alcohol; Germans are prodigious
beer drinkers and enjoy a wide range of other drinks. Nice German restaurants
... Dinner was rice, salad, and curry from a little takeout place in Schwabing. After dinner we were able to live stream the Habs game, which now appears to be a waste! Let's hope they can bounce back. We've really had a great time in Munich. There are many things to come back for someday, however it's time to be moving on. Tomorrow is an early start for our train ride to ...
... around the place. We walked around Munich and enjoyed the sights. It was nice having Carolin with us - not only was it great to see her (I haven't seen her since October of 2005 - although mom and dad visit her almost annually) but she was a great tour guide! For those of you who don't know, Carolin was our exchange student the 1998-1999 school year and she quickly became part of our family. We walked around Munich for hours. An interesting fact we learned was ...
... 30 kilometres outside of Munich.
The next day we awoke, tired but amazingly not that hungover. I'm a big fan of breads and pastries for breakfast, and I were not disappoint. Luisa's parents own a bakery! I'm not sure how I didn't already know this, but I was stoked. After a delicious German breakfast, Luisa and I headed to the bus station to pick up her Brazilian friends, Mariana and Paula. We arrived at the Oktoberfest site and proceeded to line up for a ...