Hotel Erzgiesserei Europe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... until it opened at 9am.
In line we met some German people who were really nice and spoke to us in English. One of the German guys spoke some Portuguese and was telling me that he’s been to São Miguel and Terceira. The German people are really nice and will try to speak to you in English, which was good because there were security people yelling things over the megaphone in German, but we had no idea what they ...
... and melt together al of the metal and make so that the workers can put in the engines, car seats, windows etc. In BMW tour, I got to see the secrets of making the cars, painting them, and adding the finishing touches like the windows, quick paint repairs, and the recliners to the seats. All of this has to happen in about 40 hours. Pretty quick, huh!] once the cars were finished, it was time to make some green! But that wasn’t all that ...
Today we visited the Dachau Concentration Camp memorial site - "gedenkstatte", which was our main reason for being based in Munich, as Dachau is close by. This has been a longtime ambition for me, to visit this site, as I am infinitely interested in WWII and its stories, particularly those relating to Holland, civilians and resistance work. I grew up learning about both of my parents' war-time experiences and can not remember when I first heard of my ...
... was and the beauty standards of Asia. We also talked about immigration laws and the difficulty of finding jobs as an international student. Lastly we just talked about all the awesome journeys we had been on. The guy was just almost finishing off his 2 month Europe backpacking trip and the two girls were almost just starting. Looking at them I actually felt really lucky that I got to such an extended period in Europe where I was able to both live a normal life while traveling a lot during the weekends. ...
... bar me can speak more than one language. I really need to step my game up and learn. Even if I don't learn a lot while I'm here I really want to continue learning when I'm back in the UK in some way.
So all in all if would highly recommend Oktoberfest. It really is a great experience. A lot of laughs were had that night. Good food, good drink, good friends and good times. But don't forget your tracht!