Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
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... that felt like they would topple down at any second, and unappealing green carpet. When it comes down to it, those are just frivolous materialistic things; what matters most is having a roof to keep me dry, warmth at night, and a great roommate to come home to every day. It’s strange to think that if I saw the flat before I got to London, it probably would have affected my opinion in wanting to even go there. I didn’t get that chance though so I had to take what I ...
Okay it's 6pm here in Nancy, France on Sunday September 28th and I just woke up an hour ago. To my defense I went to bed at 4am because we got back from Germany on the bus around 3:30am, so I was really tired because it’s hard to try and sleep on a bus for 2 nights (Friday and Saturday night). But it was soo worth the trip to Munich for Oktoberfest!! We left Friday night around midnight on a bus and arrived in ...
... Apparently it takes two months to put everything up the 1 month to clear it down. Beer halls are massive with huge signs on the front as well as massive towers with the beer emblems on them. We were heading for Löwenbräu which was quite away down so we got to walk past lost of the halls and the first thing I seen was a massive tanker of beer being unloaded. Awesome! we were so excited.
We had to wait for a couple of hours at the door before we could get in and ...
... not?!) and reading. We meet up with Kerstin at Planegg railway station and catch the very prompt 1148 into Isartor to do a few jobs in Munich. Guy mosies off to the Bavarian National Museum, while Kerstin and Hilli potter round Ludwig Beck buying wool for the crochet project, having coffee, and a small (tiny actually) florentine... and some new gloves for Hilli as one got lost on the way up from Spain. Kerstin then goes ...
... or sold out months ago. To stay in a tent in 'tent city' it would have been $150 a night if we were stupid enough to stay in the freezing cold and rain. We were thankful to have found a local's house on AirBnB in the heart of Munich. For $100 per night Dave and I will share a single bed but at least it's central, clean and warm.
OKTOBERFEST - WOW! It's like one big costume party in beer tents with some big enough to hold 11,000 people with the best food I've ever ...