Mercure Hotel Munchen Neuperlach Sud
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... Within 10 minutes of everyone having beers, we heard a whole bunch of people yelling and chanting and clapping, so we turned our heads. A guy was standing on the table chugging a beer. And from there on, every few minutes, another person would chug. When they were able to, the tent went crazy. But if they couldn't, everyone booed at them. I think out of all of the people who chugged, maybe 4 girls participated. And when they did, the crowd ...
... pretty nice views over all of Oktoberfest, at a speed that allowed it to be taken in. And it ticked off another ride! By the time we were done on that, I think we were beginning to feel content that we'd seen enough of the other parts of Oktoberfest to satisfy our desire to say we'd seen it all. Nikita was feeling peckish, and was really craving some currywurst (I was yet to have the pleasure of currywurst, but with the blessing of a very delayed blog, there is a very ...
... it hadn’t been that we only had a 40-minute layover in Iceland. I looked at the time and knew we were never going to make the connecting flight. I pulled up our arrival time on the screen in front of me and stared at it for the next 10 hours hoping we would get in quicker than planned. When we finally arrived in Iceland we had 5 minutes to get off the plane and board our next one. Ryan was a few seats behind me and ...
... tolerance and understanding of each other, per the request of the camp prisoners at the time of their liberation decades ago.
Perhaps it's a stretch, but I couldn't help but find a parallel between the memorial and Oktoberfest. The emotions evoked by these two "attractions" could not be further apart on the spectrum of sentiment, but strangely, they both serve their purpose in bringing the international community together.
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... still isn't much of it considering how many people they held there. They held the ex-criminals there first because they were the ones who would put up the most resistance. People who put up resistance in the camps were put in a big outdoor bricked in yard and everyday no matter what the weather they had to sit out there isolated from everyone else and horrific things would be done to them out there. One of the people on the video was a survivor who was in that yard and he said that ...