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... is crazy busy. Twas a little chilly while we were there.
Oktoberfest was definately something. Kind of like a huge carnival but with massive beer tents that fill up with thousands of people drinking 1 litre glasses of beer, and yes, German music, people singing, cheersing and dancing on tables. The majority of people dress up in their Lederhosen or the women in Dirndl (traditional dresses). It was ...
"Hey babe. I'm totally wasted too. I love autocorrect. We went to an awful club. But my bro was ther = happy. You're so sweet, I wish you were drunk all the time. I wish you didn't live in Australia. Why must this be? I feel like I can't give my all slash my half because you're running away. Like this... ��. Except not that direction. Anyway, my way of having a d&m.
Ps: you're sexy too. Really sexy. And I'm sad I have another potential ...
... pleased on landing. I was pleasantly surprised how much better I have become as a traveller than when I first started out, as that poor woman could have been me.
On arrival in Munich Airport we obtained tickets to the Central Railway Station with the help of a railway worker and then went by Metro to it. From there we walked to our accommodation called the "Vi Vadi Hotel". En-route to the hotel from the Central Railway Station we were surprised at ...
... was pasteurized and sold in cartons that did not need refrigeration. I don't know where the milk came from; however, we had plenty.
From the discussions of my classmates, the best job to get was as a bagger working for tips. On payday weekends, they could really earn a good wage!
To get into the University of Maryland, we went through the loading entrance of the commissary and we were able to tour it. Brought back so many memories ...
... Screaming and shouting in excitement. Seriously though this water was so unbelievably cold. We floated down river for about 90 seconds or so which doesn’t sound long but with the current we covered a lot of ground. Our guide shouted for us to start swimming to the left because after we went under the next bride the few chances to get out were right after, and that if we missed that we would go into rapids…the pressure was on. I was still second in ...