Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
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... The Glockenspiel in the tower balcony has figurines representing stories from Munich's history which twirl around three times a day. In addition the Muncher Kindl (symbol of the city's coat of arms) and the angel of peace also make an appearance. Pretty spectacular!
The Marienplatz has a range of outdoor cafes so we took the opportunity to have a drink and do some serious people watching. There were all kind of street performers. We found the fellow ...
... and a kind of German mixed grill that included the aforementioned schweinshaxe, roast pork, pork sausage, roast duck, wiener sausage, potato dumpling and a side of sour kraut with purple cabbage. All Washed down with Augustiner original, a very smooth beer and more Wein schorle. Laura had had enough of drinking by now so I tried the Hell vom fass another nice beer and we headed back to the room. We are now on the train to Mainz for a quick one night stop over before heading to ...
The journey to Munich takes just over five hours on a high speed train. The scenery that passes by is just stunning- literally like a postcard. High mountains, green hills, little cottages, vineyards and rivers- just gorgeous. Once we arrived in Munich we made a quick walk towards the hostel. There are so many people walking around in traditional outfits but at €80 a costume for a couple of hours of fun I decided to pass. Once at the hostel we ...
Today's the last big day of Oktoberfest for us. It's a public holiday in Germany and no one drinks on the Friday, so it's going to be big!
Well… for us it wasn't that big! We struggled to get a table in the big tents, there was just so many people! We ended up standing in the aisles for a couple of ...
... first keg and then drank the first stein of beer for the festival. By this time it had been some 5.5hrs of waiting and to say I was thirsty would be the understatement of the century!
Our first beer was delivered to the table at 12:30, some 6hrs after we arrived at the festival grounds, and it was met with a level of excitement I have never greeted a beer with before… one could almost say it was love. It was however short lived love as that first 1ltr of beer ...