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Oktoberfest, Munich - Reviews of Oktoberfest - IgoUgo
Arriving at the park and seeing the rides and tents was such a surprise--it was so much larger than I had imagined. Sitting on the balcony in the Paulaner tent gave us a great view of the whole place, with everyone standing on the benches hoisting their mugs. We went three nights in a row and had a ...
Oktoberfest, Munich, BY : Reviews of Oktoberfest - Yahoo! Travel
The Mayor of Munich opens this Oktoberfest celebration at midday with the customary tapping of the barrel at the foot of the statue of Bavaria on Theresienwiese...
Oktoberfest - Munich Tourist Traps - VirtualTourist.com
The world's biggest folk festival it a great big tourist trap - but a fun one!! People come from all over the world! You'll meet tourists from everywhere - the ones wearing traditional Bavarian clothes might as well be over-enthusiastic Americans :-) Anyway, Oktoberfest lasts around 3 weeks from the...
Oktoberfest, Munich - VirtualTourist.com
If you are going to the festival - there are a few things you need to know. If you haven't booked a tent (we hadn't) you need to get there early. We arrived at the festival at 10am after a tip from a barman the night before. We got straight into a tent - The Hofbrauhaus tent. Once in the tent the ne...
Oktoberfest (Munich) - Review - Oktoberfest TIPS
Locals call it the Wies'n and many of us know it as the beer festival. It's said to be the biggest public festival in the world. Over 6 million people attend. This year: 22nd Sept - 7th Oct 2001. Visit the website be...
Oktoberfest (Munich) - Review - Oans, zwoa, drei, Gsuffa
While each brewery has at least one tent, they also brew a special, stronger beer just for the occasion. The normal 5% beers aren't served on the site and instead they tend to go for something between 6 and 8% in content. So when you consider a litre (about 2 pints) stein is around €7 (£5) it's not ...
Oktoberfest, Munich : Read reviews and compare prices at Ciao.co.uk
...plan to go to the Oktoberfest, and come up with all sorts of excuses and reasons for not heading down to Munich – the train journey, the cost, the fact that it is almost impossible to get a seat inside a tent after 11am. And then I get a phone call from a couple of mates in England who tell...
RealTravel - OKTOBERFEST....GOOOOOOOD! !! | Munich Travel Blog | Munich Travel Reviews
AHA!!! well we made it to Germany after spending 15.5 hours on a cramped smelly bus, it was hell. the driver had a seriuos drinking problem, he would down two beers at each stop, and we had to pick him up at his house where he spent the better part of an hour while he said his goodbyes to the previo...