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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... An agoraphobic's nightmare! The tents all have live bands but Jim said you couldn't' hear the music over the roar of the crowds. Many tents are hard to get into, attracting celebrities or serving particular food or being popular with specific nationalities.
Jim and Werner sat with airline personnel on a couple of visits to Oktoberfest - Danes and Americans. Jim was impressed by how hard the women servers work. Apparently it is a ...
Access to the grounds are free and seem well used by runners, bike riders and walkers during the day. There are also numerous fountains and waterfalls throughout the grounds.
The most interesting pavilion was the faux ruin Magdalenenklause, which was built in 1725 as a chapel and place ...
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The stop over in a house was well timed as the forecast was continued miserable weather. After less than 24 hours in all the space and luxury we started feeling a bit jaded about heading off travelling again. It's been almost 16 weeks away now and, while we have constant variety in some ways, there's also a lot of routine in the trip and the researching, planning, driving, sightseeing etc does get tiring. Poor us! ...
... veterans began telling stories about what a wonderful place Ettal was and the travel newbies ooohed and awwed and said, "We wish we could've seen it!" Our chauffeur Jose (pronounced with a hard "J") let Helmut know we were only 10 minutes away and could make a quick stop. That made everyone happy. Ettal is home to the Ettal Abbey which was built in 1330. Construction was made possible by Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian in fulfillment of an oath on his return from Italy, on a site ...
... bus driver Ferdinand ..with the accent on the 'r' as in Ferrrrrrdinand..lol was hilarious too. The tour was fabulous and so informative, we stopped at so many different locations including the Lake District which was breathtakingly beautiful. Oh and you could also buy alcohol on the bus, which was great for a bunch of Aussies like us....and we were also the only ones singing the songs from the movie, which made Natasha and Ferrrrrdinand like us even more. The bus was alive with ...