And a short s-bahn home…
You see the oddest things at Oktoberfest.
This year there were women walking around with Breathalizers, and for 4.50 euros you could see what your blood tox level was.
This guy was really, really into it.
Troy & i went to Oktoberfest for a couple of hours last year, but didn’t really feel like we had a proper Oktoberfest experience. He had gone with the office, and had a good time, but we really wanted to go with friends & be able to really enjoy ourselves. So last April, Troy made reservations for a table, and all we could get was a Sunday night in the Paulaner tent. Sunday nights usually aren’t the best for drinking parties, but we thought it would still be fun.
Then, on Friday Brehan & Caro invited us to a table in the Hofbrau tent (American & Aussie party central!) for Saturday night. So we dressed in tracht (traditional clothing – thanks Caro!) and managed to do Oktoberfest 2 nights in a row. This (Monday) morning was tough…
and getting later….
Now that we are done with jet lag, hopefully, and teething has taken a bit of a break, we are able to get out & enjoy the last of the summer days, and the sun now that it is out.
Plus, both Brehan & Caro have been here, so much fun for the girls & great to see them so soon after leaving Seattle!