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... my outfit was purchased.
Though I was happy and content, the search was not done. Katey will find a dress, dammit. Although, maybe not in the city. We struggled to find any other shops welcoming us tourists at that hour and so we headed to the spectacle that we've only heard of, Oktoberfest, in hopes that small shops in the venue would be selling.
Now, reader, when you read the title of this entry, you better damn believe it. Going ...
... about noon and got to our Hotel, the Marc, only 5 minutes from the station. After a brief wait our room is ready, extremely smart and clean and about 10 minutes walk from the main pedestrian area.
We have a quick lunch and then go to the Residenz in the centre of town which was the residence of Bavarian Kings and Electors until 1918. An unprepossessing, albeit large, building from the outside, inside is a different ...
... in saline frozen chicken breast which were probably from stewing hens. Dessert was a shot glass sized portion of some whipped substance with one quarter of a strawberry on top. No beverage other than tap water. Absolutely horrid. I am sure prisoners each a better meal than the one we obviously overpaid for. The portions were comparable to a Costco sample, but extremely salty. I forgot to mention our appetizer of vegetable soup, or at least that is what they called ...
... Munich. Everyone is impressed with the buildings and all the shops along the main walkway. It makes the St. John's Town center look like a very small strip mall. The kids want to go on their own for awhile so we tell then to meet us for lunch at the Clock Tower square.
We find a table to sit at for lunch, but we miss the times for the clock to come alive with moving ...
The lip of the glass stein was just visible for a second beneath a mounting wave of foam before the somewhat provocatively dressed old-time bar maid dropped it onto the wooden table top.
"Seven Euro" she announced, without anyone asking, in the typical clipped mannerism of a German native. I watched as my friend next to me managed to drag his eyes away from the newest alcoholic challenge long enough to scramble for his wallet ...