Mercure Hotel Munchen Neuperlach Sud
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We then went to see a Catholic Church, with 2 clocks on each face of the tower. Someone once came up with the theory that it's so 2 Germans in the same direction could read the time at the same time (the German sense of humor so I'm told). The cross on the church also faces the wrong way. This was apparently struck down in lightening one stormy night. 2 drunken men saw what had happened, and climbed the tower and fixed the cross back ...
... dark Rodler (dark beer mixed with lemonade), paid for graciously via the drink donation page by my friend Matt Clarke….thanks so much Matt, I’ll never forget the experience! My mom, not being the beer drinker, ordered something that seemed light and much smaller. Unfortunately it still was too "beer-like" (go figure) and she only sipped it slowly. I was pretty damn hungry by then, especially ...
... afterwards to celebrate then went to the tent hotel where we would be staying for the next few nights.
We had showers and got ready for Oktoberfest at the tent hotel. Chris wore a traditional Oktoberfest outfit - a checkered shirt and lederhosen (leather pants). He looked so cute haha. I decided to save my dirndl (traditional Oktoberfest dress for women that I borrowed from Jenny) for the following night.
Later on we took a train to Oktoberfest. It ...
... certain stop, we followed. They may have been leading us off of a cliff for all we knew, but we didn't care as long as there was beer at the bottom. They poured through the streets and snaked their way past traffic lights, stores, street vendors, finally ending up at the giant entrance of the Oktoberfest. It might have taken us hours to find the festival grounds, so I'm grateful that we acted like my sheep son, Reggie and followed the herd or horde (if you will). Over the past ...
... seats and therefore we were unable to be served. We accepted it as an experience and found a tent serving cocktails and wine to indulge instead.
The cocktail and wine tent was a beautiful change to the beer tents. The tent featured heart-shaped decorations, streamers, sparkles and gingham tablecloths. There was also an Irish cover band playing popular Oktoberfest tunes. Yes I did say Irish…needless to say, it was ...