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... An agoraphobic's nightmare! The tents all have live bands but Jim said you couldn't' hear the music over the roar of the crowds. Many tents are hard to get into, attracting celebrities or serving particular food or being popular with specific nationalities.
Jim and Werner sat with airline personnel on a couple of visits to Oktoberfest - Danes and Americans. Jim was impressed by how hard the women servers work. Apparently it is a ...
Said our "Dankes" and "Auf Wiedersheins" to Elsbeth and headed to Bullay Station to catch our first train north to Cologne then on to Munich. The first train was an inter-city one and we were very impressed with the comfort as our compartment only held 4 people and had reclining seats and panoramic windows. We had been somewhat concerned as we only had 13 minutes to change trains in ...
... You go get food and beer from a cafeteria like market, and then find a place to sit in the "garten". Everything is closed on Sundays in Bavaria so we figured that would be a good day to do some laundry. Day three, we went to Dachau Concentration Camp for the morning. Dachau was primarily used as a "work" camp, baring the motto "work brings freedom" on the main gate. The camp was turned into a memorial site that is free to see. We got an audio guide so we could ...
... and sing in German, and at the end everyone clanked their glasses and drank. There was a guy with a whip that would perform every 30 minutes and for like 90 seconds straight he would just crack this whip SUPER fast! It was crazy. And then a guy and a girl would also perform and the girl would spin in circles while also spinning in a giant circle around the stage. After the dinner I went back to the hotel. Planning out a big day tomorrow and per usual want to be well rested. ...
... 90 rooms and exceptional audio guide open to the public. We started in the Treasury and the works in here are incredible not to mention well fortified... The door thickness would be at least a good 500mm. It holds goldsmith works spanning several centuries. From here we entered the main residence and for the blog, we have selected 5 rooms to talk about as there are too many! We walked around for about 2 hours, took nearly 100 photos and viewed ...
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