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... qualities and every thing was on special. I chose a mid range one as the really good ones were 170euros which was a little too much but it still looked really good and will last a long time. Kate was a little disappointed that she already had her drindl sorted as the ones in the shop were amazing however the one she had was still really cool.
Shopping done, we had a few hours to kill before we could check into the hostel so we had a look around at Markets ...
... we turned to the left and wandered past dozens and dozens of rides and food boths. In fact, there were a number of walkways that split off from the main beer hall row and took you to the opposite side of the grounds where there were more and more rides, games of chance, food booths and yes … liquor booths … Yager, prosecco, rum … you name it, they had it. And the food was ridiculous. Broiled chicken, huge brats, barbeque, mega pretzels, nuts, cotton candy and ...
... 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 ...
... boutique shops and German restaurants. We took a horse and carriage ride up to the top of the castle as it was a 40 minute climb and this would be our first horse and carriage ride in Europe so far. The castle at the top was massive far bigger then the way it looked at the base with a whole other dimension you couldn't see at the bottom, so we got some shots of ...
... got off an airplane) and then settled in front of "Konrad’s Toboggan" to watch the festivities. The ride is about 80 years old, and consists of a conveyor belt and a big wooden slide. Would-be sliders balance on the conveyor belt and are veritably launched upwards, where they tumble with more or less dignity onto a landing stage and then climb up some stairs. When at the top, they sit on a burlap sack and ride all the way down, with the ...