Mercure Hotel Muenchen Schwabing
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... facing the wrong way. They shared a drink to celebrate a job well done, but while toasting it, one of the men lost his balance and fell. He managed to grab hold of a rail, but dropped his beer glass. Amazingly, it didn't smash! The priest witnessed what happened and displayed the beer class in the church. It was eventually removed 12 years later!
The tour ended at the old market square. In the middle of the square is a 30 meter maypole. Traditionally, smaller towns ...
... the walking, so I couldn’t resist ordering one of the house specialties, roast pork with potato dumpling and gravy. Now I’m not the biggest pork eater, but I have to say that every bit of this dish was amazing, and the rest of the family concurred. Still it was the best food I’ve had on the trip! Score two for Munich Gastronomy. With Stephanie showing up just shortly before I was ...
... bit frustrating at first, all the tents were pretty full so it took awhile to get in. Everyone was really drunk and dancing on the tables. We felt a bit out of place because we were sober (initially). We managed to get a table in the Hacker tent. After 3 masses (1 litre beers), we were dancing on the tables with everyone else. The atmosphere was awesome. It's pretty hard to describe unless you're actually there. Time went way too quickly and before we new it, it was 11 ...
... Oktoberfest is true. The lederhosen, the tents, the never ending steins of beers served by politely pushy German women, enormous pretzels and many variations wurst. As we walked around the grounds for a few hours we stopped in for a few beers at the Hofbräuhaus beer garden, as the tent was a 4 hour line to get in. A few .5 liters later we jumped on a few rides, a looping coaster and a free fall high above Munich. ...
... the wedding of Duke Wilhelm V (founder of the Hofbrauhaus) to Renata of Lothringin in 1568. There is feasting and dancing and jousting by two knights. Of course, the Bavarian knight wins over the knight from Austria every time. After the top portion featuring the wedding festivities finishes playing, the bottom portion begins - coopers (barrel builders) begin their joyous dance, celebrating the end of the plague in 1517. Then the coopers stop dancing and ...