Christian Lauw helped me find a bike to rent in Munich and even provided me with a bandage for my blistered toe. THANK YOU Christian!!
Without Christian, I don’t think that I would have been able to see the wonderful sights that I saw in Munich.
If anybody needs a Rikshaw tour in Munich, Christian is da MAN
christian.lauw at me.com
Oktoberfest was actually over when I had a bite to eat at a nice restaurant near my hostel, and had a good time. This is the one of the few shots I got of the traditional Oktoberfest garb.
Monday 3 October 2016 Sunday night at Alfonso’s Live-Music Club was such a blast that I ended up there again on Monday night. The Krohnband played Rock & Blues. I had a nice chat with Hans Krohn and the band, and bought a CD – traveller in between … they are on Facebook.
I couldn’t afford a real lederhosen so I bought this apron instead.
Ummm, pretty economical. 6 beds, one toilet and shower. Towels cost extra. 2 blocks from Theresienwiese, the Oktoberfest site.
I think this is in Milan – a warm spinach and feta cheese boat with different types of lettuce, olives, red peppers with garlic schmuey on top! ‘love me some middle eastern food. I can get Italian food any time so I want to try different types of food. I was gooooood. I saw some… Continue reading Spinach Thang
After getting washed out of Oktoberfest, I made my way to Alfonso’s and had a blast.
On the S-train going to my hostel in central Munich, leaving from the airport. As it turns out, the hostel is 2 blocks from Oktoberfest. It’s a bit too close, a madhouse. The hostel is about 10 blocks from the central train station where I need to catch the train(s) to Amsterdam.
Oktoberfest was a block from my hostel – too bad it was drizzling. I actually had no beer at Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest was a wash. After a short flight from Milan to Munich (the train ride from the airport took just as long as the flight), I found my way to the hostel and got organized.… Continue reading Oktoberfest and Blues Music in Munich