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... bush, the lot. After our tour, we had a quick dash to the hostel to check in, change and head out for dinner. Munich beer hall, Hofbeirhousen, was huge! It worked pretty well considering how many people the can fit into it and it was full table service and you just sit where ever there is space, even of the table is occupied. Being a Wednesday night it was pretty quiet, so only 1000-1500 people in ...
... fly over them and that is also why our flight to Munich was delayed. I know I'm not supposed to enjoy light turbulence, but I kind of did - it had a similar feel to being on a boat, which was nice (positive spin?).
Breakfast on the flight was a little weak this morning as their coffee machines were broken and the food was this banana-lemon bread hybrid. Regardless, it helped give us a boost to get energized for the last leg of ...
... 70,000 less fans than FC Bayern Football, the atmosphere was still wild. A sea of red surrounded the court, people chanting to the beat of the drums, cheering on the cheerleaders. Bavarians take all sport seriously, clearly! But it was a game of two sides, both teams scoring back and forth, no-one really getting the upper hand. That was until the the final quarter when the opposing team Zielona Gora from Poland started to run away with it going 10 ...
I woke up in the tent to loud traffic, I think the camp ground is on the freeway!
It's wet and cold this morning, its 7am, and Luke's only just got back to camp. A little worse for wear..
He got lost the night before and got on the wrong train line. He lost the 50 euro I gave him, so he couldn't get a cab and he got a bus. He also took a poo in the hat that he had as part of his costume!!
Once we got over that, we ...
... on one of the rides (we figure better to do this now rather than later on) tried to get our bearings before heading into a beer tent because we knew there was going to be no hope after that.
Our first tent was the Paulaner Tent. We walked in and were completely overwhelmed by not just the size of it, but the fact that there was no room to sit down anywhere! It was actually packed full of people. While we were scanning the room, 'Ein Prosit' came on ...