Mercure Hotel Orbis Muenchen Perlach
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... go and steal maypole's and then demand beer as a ransom. Back at the end of the last century, the maypole in Munich was stolen. (Not sure how anyone gets away without being seen with such a large pole!) They demanded free beer at Oktoberfest for the rest of their lives. The mayor at the time said he couldn't give in so easily as everyone would then try to do it. Just a few days later, the maypole was back in place, but nobody is sure how. It is assumed every year at ...
... to very slow service that was reminiscent of ordering a drink at a busy bar), she to joined in the consumption festivities and we all got to know our tablemates…two older couples out of Florida and New York there and a short jaunt. The two men were actually cousins and one worked for Delta airlines. It turned out he flew out there for just the weekend to spend time with his cousin and their wives. ...
... and they started packing up for the night. We got back to the tent hotel around 1am, I can't really remember getting back...
1st October - We got up at around 12, had showers, I got dressed in my dirndl then we took the train to Oktoberfest again. We went on the Olympic rollercoaster and Chris tried the high striker game - a strength game where you use a mallet to strike a lever that rises to a certain level depending on the force. You can win minor prizes if ...
... amazing people watching, a delicious bratwurst and a few beers the hotel was calling for a quick nap. Post nap, Derek and I decided to have a look at the gay nightlife scene. It was funny to people watch. Some guys in lederhosen but most in normal street wear. We had an early night after a beer at Cafe Nil and Bau as we had an big gay Oktoberfest tent to prepare for in the early am. All in all a fun jet lagged filled day in ...
... tips into my brain like a squirrel storing loads of nuts before winter. They had a positive drunken experience and their descriptions of the gigantic beer slinging fraus (beer maids) were hysterically comical. A college roommate of mine warned me to watch myself and not get trampled. Another said it wasn't even worth it and turned up his nose at the thought of the Oktoberfest saying a giant beer festival wasn't a great way to celebrate German culture whatsoever. I don't know ...