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We are wearing down and had another late morning. We decided to head to Oktoberfest before having breakfast and we got there about 11:00. Larry, Erin and I had Kaiserschmarrn pancakes with raisins covered in a plum sauce for breakfast and Derek had a sausage. All the beer halls and gartens and the midways were already packed with people. It was …
We had a late morning and Erin decided to stay at the hotel a little longer than we did. Larry, Derek and I left for the Oktoberfest Festival Grounds about 10:30, got a pastry in the underground, and then rode the Underground to the Festival. The underground was very crowded and we were glad we had gotten on before the Haptbahnhof because that is …
We got up and packed and paid our bill. Zell am Ziller was such a great place we hated to leave. The owner of Apartment Sonnenau asked us to come back next year. We drove to Innsbruck to drop off our car at Hertz and they found a scratch on one of the rims. So we will find out by emails how much that will cost us. We went into the train station and …
... things about a Europe is that most people are polyglots. In Belgium, most people speak French, Dutch, and English, as well as a bit of German. Meeting people like that makes me want to learn more langauge as well, so perfecting my French is the beginning. Afterwards we continued to out first tourist attraction of the day, the Jerusalem Church. The first stone was laid in 1427, by a three year old, Anselm Adornes. The church itself is quite small, ...
... the area jam packed. Still, there were some beautiful sights to see. I have a ton of pictures from today because it seemed every time I turned around, there was something outstanding that I just had to take a picture of. Some I knew what they were...others I had no idea. I just liked them.
At any rate, we left the hordes of people and headed to the English Garden. It reminded me a bit of Central Park in New York. This huge, beautiful park ...