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... up all over the show. Huge rides and roller coasters. It looked amazing. Heaps of people dressed up. I needed to find something to wear asap though. We walked out the festival and asked someone who pointed us in the right direction. I finally got one and it wasn't too badly priced, at €70. We walked back towards the main city centre for a much needed beer. We ended up heading towards HB beer hall. It's the most famous ...
... t so keen on the rides as they were afraid of heights. So we looked around at them and watch people of all kinds attempting to try the different rides and attractions before deciding that we had literally seen the entire festival. So we headed into central Munich to see if we could find a bar that would show us the All Blacks. Unfortunately there was an important German football game on at the time so they wouldn't let us watch it. However it was a good chance to see the ...
... and I went to Eagle's Nest, which was built by the Nazi party and given to Hitler on his 50th birthday. Eagle's nest sits on top of one of the Obersalzberg mountain in the Alps. We left Munich at about 8:30am and took a beautiful drive through the Alps. When the bus got as high as it could drive we all got out and had to take an elevator to the very top. The view from Eagle's Nest was gorgeous. Dad and decided to climb a little bit higher. ...
... and where the historic Nazi party leadership vote gave Hitler the power to lead the world into war.</li><li>Oktoberfest brings 6 million visitors each year. The 3 biggest groups are: Austrians, Italians, then Australians! Yes, our government sets up a special embassy each year to deal with the mess we cause. 1/3 of all the problems & injuries at the event are due to us. Sorry Munich!</li><li>Hitler wanted to be an artist but ...
... difficult to get a drink in many
restaurants in South Korea because alcohol is simply not on the menu in a lot
of places. People tend to eat and drink separately; one either goes out to eat,
or specifically goes out to drink. The latter tends to be associated with
friends going out at night, particularly for young people, or for work
colleagues going out with the boss after a long day. The latter can be
semi-obligatory if one wants to keep climbing the ...