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Travel Blogs from Munich
... try out the beer garden within the city. It was a lot more formal and expensive than the other beer garden. Also it was funny because our waiter seemed positively exhausted the whole time. We made our way to the new hostel and in this one actually made friends with a lot of the hostel guests. There were two girls from China and one guy from Canada who studied in the states and was now going to start work in Apple. As it is when international kids come together we talked about how ...
... he couted and
we're queens in there. Then we took the tram no 17 back to change to
tram 27 at Karsplatz station. This will take us to the last stop on 27
northbound at Puetrling. It was raining but we took our chance to see if
we could make it to the BMW musem (BMW Welt). We made it at 5pm. They were only closing at 6pm.
Entrance was steep at 9 EUR each, but we'll worth it. The musuem was
well laid out starting from what they did in 1916 to now, ...
Flying through the night we approached Munich International airport at 7:15 am, a bit earlier than predicted, due to a strong 160 mph tail wind throughout most of the night. Did I mention the small space for economy passengers? Did I mention this aircraft is a 767 by Boeing, did I mention that everyone should avoid traveling via 767? We returned from Paris several years ago via 767 and it was a unforgettable experience and not in a good way. There just are too many seats ...
... way back home we headed to Alexanderplatz where Berlin have their own small Oktoberfest. Everywhere was closed up for the day though except one tent that we went in to, waited for ages to get a beer then Klaric wasn't feeling well so we all headed home. Klaric went up to bed and us three girls went and had some cocktails in the bar, once that closed we bought a bottle of wine to share back in the bedroom, once that was gone we guessed it was bed time
... day at the beer halls. This morning we thought I would be a good idea to go and explore the festival and get some pictures. I’m so glad that we did this because the festival itself is truly amazing and full of life. The history, food, people, art and the overall experience is one that I shall never ever forget.
As we went back into the beer tents the guys had managed to score a table with chairs – what a treat. We got a stein and ...