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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... it seems, for only one purpose: To down more than six million litres of beer. This consumption accounts for about 30% of the entire annual beer production of all the Munich breweries combined. These visitors also munch a staggering 400,000 sausages-or just about one sausage for every two seconds during the fest's business hours! The Munich Oktoberfest has ...
... seeing it. It is populated mostly by tourists, and we were not overly impressed with it. But the checkmark is in the box and we can move on. We liked the Viktualienmarkt better. It's a green market, craft show, and flea market, with an open-air beer garden and lots of places to eat. Our bus picked us up to take us to Oberammergau in time for dinner at our hotel. It will be our base of operations for the next 4 ...
... enough 90% of people all ages, from children to the elderly are dressed in traditional German wear. Oktoberfest is nothing like I'd expected. It far, far exceeded all expectations. The atmosphere was intoxicating. Maybe we're getting old but it was more of an overall experience rather than just about the beer.
On the first day (out of 4) we got to the Löwenbräu tent at about 2pm and spent the afternoon with a table of Swiss guys. We were fortunate to get onto a table, as ...
... artists who built this church used cheaper material that they could make too look like the real thing. There is actually no marble, and the ceiling isn't actually domed, just painted to look that way. Very crafty of them, I was fooled. We walked back to the outdoor mall to St. Michael's Church which we had passed when walking from our hotel to Marienplatz. Every church we have walked in to so far has been different. The stories about most of the historic sites in Germany ...
... Snow was still falling and it was
very cold. The city is just so old - the buildings are so much older than
Australia so it is hard to believe that they are still standing and that they
are still in use!
The streets are cobble stone and each
building is different to the next even though they are technically joined
together. All the buildings are three
and four stories high. Each is adorned
with statues that are painted in ...