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... a big enough sip. So every time that we got a new Stein, we tried to follow this rule of thumb.
There was a band above the crowd in the tent throughout the day. Every time that they would play a certain song, everybody stood up and cheered and drank more beer. Later on in the day, the band played Sweet Caroline and everyone was dancing and singing (Because HB is known as the American tent, everyone knew the song very well). Women ...
... blog). Needless to say, I didn't get a Nutella one. Instead I got one with Kinder chocolate and banana, to which the bloke said was an excellent choice as it was the best crepe on the menu. Good choice Gerard. And it was delicious! As we were leaving, the people behind us ordered their crepe - a fruit one - and the man told them it was the best crepe on the menu. I get the feeling that any crepe ordered is the best one on the menu, like customers needed reassurance that their ...
... in the middle. We stop for a little souvenir shopping (as on Sundays that's the only stores who are open!!) and make our way to the Hofbrau restaurant which we should be able to get into (too hard to bother at Oktoberfest, plus that tent is renowned for being full of drunk Aussies and Americans which we ain't need to see haha). We found a bench for us and ordered our food & maß each...as usual it was delicious, this time gaza only had 1 pork knuckle haha!! ...
... throughout the whole festival, 7 million people attend! We went on a couple roller coasters and made our way to the beer gardens. To get in the beer tent, you need to reserve a table months in advance. And even to get into the beer gardens, there were huge lines... And when your inside the beer garden, you have to find a table before you get served. A long process, but when we were served our giant liter beers, it was all worth it. We spent the rest of the evening in ...
... to Brussels, through Cologne. Because we were so late booking our tickets for this leg of our journey only first class compartments were available and it did cost a small. fortune for two sleeper rooms. But there was no other option. The compartments were way above the Croatia night trains with en suite toilet and shower! If it weren't for the loud people out in the hallway, we probably would have had a nice rest for several hours. ...