Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
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... is crazy busy. Twas a little chilly while we were there.
Oktoberfest was definately something. Kind of like a huge carnival but with massive beer tents that fill up with thousands of people drinking 1 litre glasses of beer, and yes, German music, people singing, cheersing and dancing on tables. The majority of people dress up in their Lederhosen or the women in Dirndl (traditional dresses). It was ...
... and Nicolette led the rest of them in the exit a minute later when I hadn’t returned in handcuffs. We all got to see the castle for freeeeeee! LOL Tricks of the trade baby!
It was 50 cents to use the bathroom at the castle and the line was hella long. However when we got to the top of the castle exit it was free with no line. Winning all the way around! Unfortunately there was no plunger in sight and I successfully clogged the castle! Oh joy!
We made ...
... and playing with the girls.
Tobias’ parents, who we got to know several years ago, came for dinner one night and they made Livercheese. The dish is neither liver or cheese but rather minced veal, pork and other things. It is sold in a baking pan and when it is baked the top forms a crust, looking like a loaf of bread. That served with pretzels, ...
... tpur and ecplored more, climbed the church tower and watched the glockenspiel show again, wandered around the pretty parks and explored the most rediculously over the top decorated church i have seen and did some souvenir shopping posted some stuff as my bag was getting to heavy and did some laundry and by the end of the day I had figured out what I was going to do next. as id seen everything I wanted to see I cancelled the extra night at the hostel and booked the next 2 nights ...
... and attentive to your table, serving you more frequently and keeping your steins full.
Not knowing what to expect, Josh and I arrived with our group to the festival after 5pm. It was already a sea of beer drinkers. The festival was nothing we expected. Besides the many beer tents were hundreds of food stalls offering pretzels, foot-long wursts, pastries and candied apples. Carnival rides including Ferris wheels, roller ...