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... 30 minute walk but very easy.
We spent 4 hours wondering around the Museum, pressing all the interactives and taking in the information displayed. This is such an amazing Museum.
Soph and l walked back to meet Phil at the beer garden which is at the market. As the weather was warm for this time of year, it was very busy. Found a seat amongst the locals who were consuming either a half litre or ...
I was very happy to begin a long break from speaking French (I have gotten much better, but it is still exhausting after a while) and start listening to German speakers! Our journey from Switzerland to Germany was a bit crazier than expected, though. A nation-wide train workers' strike started the day we hoped to enter the country, so we changed several trains going through Switzerland (quite a lot of stress) until we could not go any further on a ...
... of the beer. Fortunately, that was not a problem in this tent as food was everywhere with roving pretzel sellers and a menu a mile long.
And it only took one “Prost” song before Cheryl and I were making friends with our neighbors. (Ein Prosit, ein Prosit, der gemuetlichkeit, Eins, zwei, drei g'soffe... Prosit or Prost.) The kids to my left and Cheryl's right were a mixture of teachers from Salzburg and students from Munich. The men to my right and ...
... We get into some awesome discussions, cover where everyone is from, what they love about Oktoberfest and I continually give kudos to them for their hospitality, I thank them for speaking English around me, insisting they don't have to. We're joined by two randoms over the next few hours. All of a sudden come 6 o'clock I get up and leave, waving goodbye to everyone, Tina blows me a kiss. I had in my mind for some reason decided that the 18:30 shuttle back to the ...
... machine. I don't have any recollection of anything to do with chicken or turkey - probably why those are the meats I eat the most today. I also have no recollection of any type of seafood - except maybe frozen shrimp.
It was hard to get fresh staples. I remember many times opening a box of cereal or bag of flour to see extra protein crawling around inside. We had milk - which was unusual in Germany at that time. Most milk sold in German ...