Hotel Prinzregent am Friedensengel
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... to places. It’s amazing how much I already know and love about this place.
When we got on the train, there were two people in our seats that we had reserved prior to coming on this trip. They had tickets as well for the same seats and said that it must’ve been a double reservation. We were able to find other seats for the time being until we found a worker to see what they could do. When the worker came around to check ...
... you must've been prepared for it. Lucky for her the hall was starting to fill up as the arvo stretched into the night, and the **** talking could be spread over a greater amount of people. First came the mother and daughter Americans, who were actually really nice and we all had a great time chatting. They joined in as the hall got rowdy enough to start dancing on the benches, which was heaps of fun. But then came old European man. That poor man. All I really need to say is that ...
... if I'd love it - bar GCSE history I knew very little about the country, it's culture or people - which now I feel a little ashamed about. Within 45 minutes of arriving we had been asked three times whether we needed pointing in the right direction, and the friendliness continued all through the 4 days we were in Munich. The buildings are beautiful and the way of life there is so relaxed, it totally surpassed my expectations and has left me wanting to see more - here's to Berlin! ...
... to see just how many "six-packs" we could actually consume.
But what if after all this beer drinking we became separated from our friends, forgot where we were staying or maybe even forgot how to form coherent sentences (that never happens at Oktoberfest, right?).
Well no need to worry. Safety first at Oktoberfest.
Safety came in the form of a wristband to be worn ...
... when we could have done a flight of less than two hours? For this day, the trip itself was the main attraction. I had read about the spectacular scenery of this particular trip between Venice and Munich, and was able to get a good deal on first class tickets on these very comfortable trains.
We rode in a first class compartment with 6 leather-bound reclinging seats, 3 facing each other on either side, with a sliding door out to the hallway ...