Hotel Alfa Muenchen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... other things - massive drunk crowds! Oktoberfest was all around me as soon as I stepped off the train and onto the platform, and the station wasn't even near the party! There were stalls selling costumes, stores selling German sausages, and lots and lots of drunk people! Just leaving the station, I got bumped into by two drunks stumbling, and in the 20 minute walk, I saw one person stumble out in front of a taxi and very nearly get cleaned up, multitudes of ...
... budget today but it was well worth it- we had soooo much fun!
After nearly five hours of dancing on tables and benches, singing songs and Paul losing count of the beers drunk we decided to call it a night. Before we left we had a go at the dodgem cars which was much more aggressive than I remembered it to be, a toffee apple and a maccas run ;) great day!!
On our second day in Munich we walked around the town and took in the gorgeous architecture. ...
... whilst standing on top of the table, which is a bit of a tradition. I was not tempted to have a crack as you either got a massive cheer for being successful or louder boo's for failing (predictably me). We had a great time, but as you will understand, after a few stein's things got pretty hazy. Amongst other things, the highlights would have to be seeing a guy skull 4 stein's in a row, demolishing a chicken when we were hungry, Jake smashing his stein after ...
Despite good intentions, we are a little slower than we had planned to get underway this morning. Walter's wish was to hear the clock at the Rathaus chiming, whilst Alastair was keen to acquire a traditional Bavarian costume, including 'Lederhosen'. This was quite an involved process but the mission was accomplished after one hour. The end result is a complete set with checkered shirt, socks, shoes, hat and a jacket to match. Nearby are other souvenir shops and we make ...
... way to see some of the main sights in each city while learning more about its history. In Munich, our guide was a effervescent Bahamas-born Canadian named Ozzie who delivered a well-rehearsed tour that took us through downtown Munich and through a food market, where we enjoyed local delicacies including large pretzels, sausages, and Mezzo Mix: a drink that combines Coca-Cola with orange flavouring.