Hotel St. Paul
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So arrived in Munich yesterday night by plane. Airport really easy to navigate and subway to the city center was easy to do. Got our key at the restaurant and found our apartment even easier this time. Crashed for the night.
Today, woke up and got breakfast at a cafe we had picked out earlier before heading down to Oktoberfest. Set up in the Schottenhammel tent to start off, ...
... anyway. Good old Ms. Hockey mum from Canada was there to show us how to wash our clothes. Thank god for that. She is travelling to Germany with her son from Canada because he made some World Cup hockey tournament. While our clothes washed, we crossed the road and had breakfast at one of the hotels. It was simple stuff; boiled sausages, eggs, ham, cheese, cereal.
... you're really in Europe.
Next stop was the Hofbrauhaus to introduce Mum to the sole purpose for Bavarian life: BEER! It seems like most of their economy is built on beer, cars and autobahns ... which normally don't go that well together but here, they seem to be made for each other.
We just caught the last few songs of a live entertainer who was playing waltzes etc for the >65's to dance to. They were having a great time & Mum looked ...
... of Oktoberfest was in front of me. And oh boy, was it delicious. I feel it would be an injustice to even attempt to describe it (not that I don't remember it, I actually do remember this one), so I'm not going to. Just go there and have one. That illustrious high just fuelled me for the rest of the afternoon and night. Poor Nikita, who was still sitting on her first shandy, and subsequent lemonade, who would've had to cop the wrath of my general **** talking. But it's ...
... relatively spread out through the rural countryside. However, as we got closer to the capital of
Freetown, most of the palm trees we saw appeared to be dead. There is
undoubtedly a nearly limitless market for palm wine in Freetown, so we wondered
whether all trees near the city had been literally tapped out.
From Africa, we landed in Turkey. Bad choice in one is
interested in imbibing! Since Muslims cannot drink alcohol, interesting drinks
in Turkey ...