Mercure Hotel Orbis Muenchen Perlach
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... in our room, listening to tunes, waiting for the 8pm shuttle into the festival grounds. I am lucky we have such a great bunch of guys, there's not a thought in my mind except the fun I'm having. I get dressed, I'm instantly christened as the milky bar kid thanks to the red bandana around my neck. At 8 we jump in the coach, they drop us off at a massive bus shelter where we walk for fifteen minutes to the grounds, we've been taught some song lyrics on the bus to help us ...
... There was this cool standing up area in the middle where you stand around tables and get served. The 3 of us had our first official Octoberfest beer! It was awesome! We started talking to some more people and made more friends. We soon followed our first beer with our second and third and then the rest of the day was a bit of a blur! We did make it to another tent, the Lowenbrau, where we ...
... hysterically and willingly joined in. Every morning I awoke to someone new hollering out Dan the Man and reminiscing about our fun the night before. It is a good life.
Now we are on our way over for a quick stop in Zurich, Switzerland before we make our way over to the Camino de Santiago. Money doesn’t go very far in Switzerland, but we have to see it! I’m really excited to get rid of all this gear and just keep a few pounds of the basics to hike the camino. ...
... war, donations from around the world have flowed into the city and rebuilt the walls with feature commemorative bricks with donor names.
Once off the coach, Jackie and I immediately walked around the ramparts of the wall and were very impressed with its conditions. Adding to the interest was the ability to view the local’s houses, businesses and public buildings. Obviously this is a very rich area and many photos were taken.
This took about ...
... in Munich dates back to 1310. Gluhwein (hot mulled wine) is the beverage of choice and can be purchased on any street. I could't resist looking at tree ornaments but purchased none since I would have to carry them in my suitcase for the next 10 months.
One experience we felt we should have here was to visit Dachau. ...