NH Apartments Munchen Am Ring
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... girls and saw a 5 year old girl hold up a stein and cheers the whole table. For lunch we all got a meal of pork knuckle which was wicked. Near the end of mine I picked it up in my mouth and made everyone take a bite from it - including the two Brazilian girls who were very hesitant! A bit later in the evening we managed to get inside to the Haufbrau tent - although at one stage Carlos, Fes and I see Darryn confidently trying to walk past all ...
The train departure from Salzburg to Munich went well; and we arrived to a very large Haupbanhof with 4 levels below ground for the S Bahn, U Bahn, and tram. All transport even buses are based on one ticket system. So we walked to our Pension, much farther than the last few stops, and endured the increasing heat. Our room has no air conditioning; yup it's gonna be a long hot night. We got spoiled in a real hotel the last ...
... them at 10:30 am! But, we did then headed to another tent where there were more people. The live band in the tent made everything so much more festive and put us in the mood! The day ranged consisted of rides that went upside down, swings, and more. The food in Germany was absolutely amazing. We had XL bratworst and a pretzel that was bigger than my head. Springfest was all around a great trip from the festival to the food and beer.
... afterwards to celebrate then went to the tent hotel where we would be staying for the next few nights.
We had showers and got ready for Oktoberfest at the tent hotel. Chris wore a traditional Oktoberfest outfit - a checkered shirt and lederhosen (leather pants). He looked so cute haha. I decided to save my dirndl (traditional Oktoberfest dress for women that I borrowed from Jenny) for the following night.
Later on we took a train to Oktoberfest. It ...
Today I did a tour of Dachau. This is one of the most disturbing places I have seen on my adventures so far. Now to be fair to the Dachau memorial (they do not refer to it as a concentration camp anymore) is fairly sanitised. They do not have the morbid displays of teeth, hair and luggage, which are on display in Auschwitz. However, the history of this place is still very disturbing and testament to what wretched creatures we human beings can be.
Dachau, was originally ...