Ibis Muenchen Schwabing
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... cushioned and reclineable, they were also adjustable sideways! So if you didn't want to be too close to your neighbour, you could adjust your seat towards the aisle (if you happened to be in the aisle seat)!
Unfortunately I slept right through the border crossing between Austria and Germany. When I woke up we were in a little town that looked just like any little town in Austria. The only thing that told me we were ...
... beer". Perfect, we thought. Somewhere along the way, however, we must have impressed them and broken down the stereotype of "ignorant Americans" because even when their friends came back whose seats we were occupying, they asked us to stay! WE HAD GERMAN FRIENDS! We couldn't have been more happy to be part of the in crowd. We had someone to teach us the drinking songs and to share the experiences with.
Two beers, a couple pretzels, and many a ...
... rain was pelting down so hard, we haven't seen weather like this since the storms in Pag Island!! We hope it clears up for tomorrow.we manage to sprint for our lives to the nearest restaurant to our tram stop...and find it's packed out, but thankfully can squeeze us in. We had a nice quick dinner and we were soon off to bed to have an early one. Tomorrow is the day! Oktoberfest!!! The parade starts at 11am, so we'll head down early to get a spot and check it all out!
NightAndrea and ...
... laying out and enjoying the day, so we of course went down to join them. Skipped a few rocks, got some rays and eventually headed back towards Michel's place but we were to take a mode of transportation that we had not been privvy to in Europe so far, the Mini Cooper convertible. As in the US and our Car2Go service of smart cars, Europe and Germany in particular has a DriveNow service of BMW's and Mini's and we took full advantage of it. ...
... out months in advance with most of the tickets being season tickets. So the only real way to can get to see these games is to persuade a season ticket holder to lend you one for the day. Luckily we work in a factory full of Bayern Munchen fans, so we only had to ask once to get our hands on some. Unlike English football, German football tickets are dirt cheap. So we got to see one of the best teams in the German football league for €10 ...