- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... for the open bar and the live music. It was a blast!!! It stops around 12:30 though because everyone has to get up bright an early to get a spot in the tents the next day. We went to bed, freezing, and woke up early the next day ready to go. The next day we got to Oktoberfest by 8 am and stood in line for the supposed "best tent". I actually agree and thought it was amazing haha. We got in and got to sit at a table. We stayed at that table all day long! We were too scared ...
... to check out our travel arrangements for the trip to Innsbruck tomorrow. This took longer than expected as Sue had to wait as Richard went to spend a penny but he had no pocket change, decide exactly what our movements were going to be, buy a ticket and then we got lost around the bowels of Munich where the station was. 1/2 under construction and passageways were all blocked off around the particular line we wanted to travel on. Home at about 9 it was a full ...
... find yourself. For instance, the monks brew beer in the brewery that is within their monastery; bringing a whole new meaning to the definition of holy water. The perks of being a monk, I suppose. Unfortunately, if you were interested in being a nun at the Nonnberg abbey, where the real-life Maria attended, you would be required to spend your first year there in complete silence. Somehow this doesn't seem fair. We discovered that one of the bridges we had ...
... and her husband, Tobias (Toby) are also travellers and motor-bike enthusiasts, so Nick is feeling very much at home. Washing is done and our bags have been repacked, so now it’s time to catch the train to Munich in preparation for a trip to southern Turkey.
Munich is one of the iconic cities that Australians love to visit – especially during Oktoberfest. We spend a night there and encountered some seriously cold weather. Every time we look at ...
... to the beer hall where we had dinner. It was a huge place and just full of people. A mix of Germans and tourists I would say. The waiters and waitresses were amazing and could just carry huge trays of food and drinks. They must have hugely strong arms to be able to manage it. We had traditional sausages, mashed potato and soucrow which is boiled cabbages in a vinegar. It was actually really nice and we all enjoyed it. Dessert was a couple of scoops of ...