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Best Fall Destinations

Traveling in autumn is very challenging as well, because September is as hot as the other months of the summer season so take a look at the top autumn gateaways and the international flights offers, no matter if you want to spend a unique honeymoon vacation, an active holiday or you are just in search of a few days to relax. First, you can choose from the worldwide cheap flights with very good offers because extraseason flights provide its tourists with great deals.
Take your luggage and head toward:
1. Acadia National Park, where you can enjoy the great view of the mountains, ocean and islands together. Here you can watch the sunrise because Cadillac Mountain is the first spot in the USA where the sun rises. Unique moments indeed! Eating and accommodation is not  an issue in the area because in Acadia National Park you can enjoy a romantic lunch at one of the restaurants Burning Tree or Maggie’s, 6 Summer Street.
2. Las Vegas is another ideal fall destination for tourists looking for parties at mild temperatures. It is a sin city, but in a positive way because visitors are here for a party, games, maybe a wedding or just to enjoy the bright night colours of the casinos.
3. Munich, or Muenchen in German, is famous for its fall event more »

Oktoberfest 2011 in Germany

Oktoberfest 2011 will take place between September 17 and October, 3rd. This is the one of the most famous festivals in Europe and maybe in the world. There are more than 6 million visitors every year, eager to tasty from the wide variety of beers available in Munich, then eat the well-known sausages and brezel. The opening hours for Oktoberfest 2011 depend on the days of the week, for instance carnival and rides are open for the public on Monday to Thursday from 10 A.M. to 11.30 P.M., on Friday and Saturday from 10.00 A.M. to 12 A.M. and on Sundays and holidays from 10.00 A.M. to 11.30 P.M.
Schottenhamel” will be the first attraction of Oktoberfest 2011 let alone the fact that this is tent is among the 30 tents available for visitors. In “Schottenhamel” the official opening ceremony will take place right in the first day of the festival. It is very interesting to watch “Costume and Riflemen’s Parade“, an Oktoberfest parade which shows the history of Bavaria. As a tip, it is advisable to make a reservation in advance before your arrival at Oktoberfest because in the afternoon all tents tend to occupy, so you can be left out until somebody leaves. Beer prices at Oktoberfest 2011 will be someway the same with those from last year, for example, between 7.70 and 8 Euro per liter. Nonalcoholic drinks such as water and soda are cheaper, somewhere between 4 and 6 euros. However, try to take cash with you because paying with credit card in the tents is not available everywhere at the beer festival.
What is interesting and catchy at Oktoberfest is that children are welcome too. They will not be bored at all because they will take part in a lot of games, specially prepared for them, such as fun rides, Ferris wheels, roller coasters, music, and parades.
You might be curious to find out why Oktoberfest begins in September, this is due to the weather in Germany, which tends to be chilly in October, but the last weekend of this beer festival is still celebrated in the month bearing its name.

Oktoberfest 2011 in Germany - Source 0.tqn.com
Oktoberfest 2011 in Germany - Source 0.tqn.com


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Oktoberfest Germany - Source en.wikipedia.org
Oktoberfest Germany - Source en.wikipedia.org

The German Spirit of Christmas

The spirit of Christmas time is closer and closer as December comes. When we think of Christmas holidays and the special preparations, our thought is linked with Christmas markets across Europe. Decorations, card writing, Santa Claus are all part of the wonderful winter celebration. Germany is one of the most highly appreciated country for its Christmas markets. The Christkindlmarkt is the typical market where there are hundreds of stalls crowded in the square and along the Kaufingerstrasse. The best items at such a market are sweets, very appreciated by both children and adults. Either you choose ornaments for the Christmas tree or sausage and Glühwein don’t leave Christkindlmarkt without to admire the great Christmas tree in front of the Neues Rathaus.

Christmas Market in Germany
Christmas Market in Germany
In Munich there are also many other Christmas markets at close distances, for instance, the Kripperlmarkt, where visitors can buy extraordinary figurinesbelonging to this period of the year. Englischer Garten is the largest park in the town. Don’t miss Pfeffernüsse, the traditional German Christmas cookie. The Christmas spirit feels like home in Munich and this is not an exaggeration. Nürnberg is another town famous for Rothenburg-ob-der-Tauber, one of the largest Christmas markets in Germany, situated in the Hauptmarkt, surrounded by Schöner Brunnen (Beautiful Fountain). Painted nutcrackers are very beautiful souvenirs one can buy from here. There is a typical dish in this town, called Nürnberger, that is little sausages. You can taste them at Bratwurstglöcklein, a very nice restaurant, Handwerkerhof near the Frauentor. Christmas markets in Germany are usually open from morning till the evening, at about 8 P.M. However, the online data base can help you find the right time when to visit these markets. Don’t miss the other sightseeings besides the Christmas markets. They are really worth visiting!

Christmas Toys
Christmas Toys

Deutschland Christkindlmarket
Deutschland Christkindlmarket

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