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It took us all a while to get moving today, but once we did we knew we would have a long day ahead of us. We all dressed up and headed to Oktoberfest. I have seriously been trying to get to Oktoberfest the past 4 years, but I'm so glad all the other times didn't work out and I got to celebrate with the group I did. Walking in is like walking into the biggest fair/ carnival you have ever been to ...
... It's a bodily function that everyone needs. Why can't it be free!
We then headed back to the hostel to relax. Nick took a nap while I blogged. We decided to go out for dinner and chose Italian food. It didn't cross our mind that we would be going to Italy next..... oh well. We had a very good meal and went to bed early so we could wander Munich tomorrow.
We were thinking about going out to see a castle, but it seemed like to much work.
... cozy room of eight each, looking forward to what the next day would bring us.
We woke up excited to see what the day would bring us. In the morning the group went to the Olympic park and went up the impressive tower and saw the unique architecture of the stadiums. Then we traveled to BMW world where the group split up again and explored the building. Inside there was an impressive array of BMW products. We were allowed to sit in luxury ...
... to a leisurely brewery tour and tasting at the end. I also knew that pilsener came from this town, and that alone makes this an historic place.
We turned up around 9-ish and walked through the mashing rooms and saw the huge brass cookers. We also saw the bottling plant where they can bottle something like 22,000 litres per hour! We watched a cool video in a round room (the viewing platform rotated as the film crept around the walls) about ...
... had been joined by their big grey signets hissed at her not just because she had scared the bejesus out of them but because it was bloody funny! There's a large church that is about a 10min walk from the centre of town that we walked around, where I found the first German war memorial of my trip. Our guide from our Third Reich tour in Berlin confirmed for me that the small towns do each have their own, but I was not surprised to ultimately ...