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... waiting to collect the number they needed. The Hofbrau tent had thousands of people in it. It was decorated with lights and lots of hops in wreaths and baskets. When the band began to play the place went wild with people standing on their seat and on their tables, singing along and sometimes a chant would go up when someone chugged a whole liter.
When it was obvious to us that we weren't going to get a beer in a tent ...
... the other one in Oregon.
I invited myself on their quest the next day to find the castle and roped up the Oregon dude to join us. It worked out great having five because it was the maximum number of people you could tag onto a train ticket and get discounts for. Twenty euros for the first person and only four euros each for each additional passenger up to five total. Clutch! We got on the train and it was packed to the brim except for first class which we snuck in ...
... 8221; with its incredible architecture and works of art. On to the mild climate of the French Riviera.
Experience an optional evening in Monte Carlo, visit Avignon, and overnight in Carcassonne, a wonderful example of a medieval fortified city. In Spain, spend two nights each in Barcelona and Madrid with included guided sightseeing tours. Travel north into Castile, stopping in El Cid’s Burgos, then to Basque Country for an ...
... It is currently the richest country in the EU and one of the driving forces behind the European dream.
My old college friend Nicky, her husband Paul and their young son Zac have been living here for some years and this is an ideal opportunity to catch up! So, we rolled out of Vienna, and after a short, four hour zoom through some beautiful alpine scenery (the hills are most certainly alive) we arrived in Munich. For our first meal, they took us to a ...
Today I started off with a free walking tour offered by my hostel, the guide was a nice Australian dude. We made our way to the center of town stopping at a couple churches along the way. I had not realized until today how much Munich was affected by the war, almost 85% of the city was bombed. Some of the buildings that were rebuilt they cheaped out on, instead of using actual bricks or columns, they painted it onto the walls, like a castle at ...