On Saturday, a bunch of my best friends and I went to Munich to have a crazy-awesome bachelorette party. Thank goodness this series isn’t called What I Drank Wednesday. Oh my.
I knew this was going to be a very long day/night, so proper fueling was the top priority.
The usual sandwiches for breakfast. What else.
After taking a shower and packing my stuff (we stayed at a hotel for one night) I wasn’t really hungry, but I knew that the next real meal would be dinner at around 8pm, so I had a light, but filling, lunch: oats in a jar and toast.
After kissing my husband goodbye I was on my way. We all, including the bride-to-be, met at our hotel to drop off our stuff and put on embarrassing T-shirts. The first item on the agenda was a sightseeing tour on an open bus, fueled by plenty of wine and prosecco. You should know that I hardly ever drink alcohol, so I’m a total lightweight. It was only 5pm and I was already slightly drunk.
Side note: I become extremely silly when I’m drunk. It’s embarrassing.
Our next planned activity included drinking games at a nearby park. Thankfully, we passed a bakery on the way, so I quickly bought a small piece of bread to soak up all that booze in my stomach. It contained some pine nuts and was quite delicious, just a bit bland.
As we arrived at the (beautiful!) park, the aforementioned drinking games began. Luckily, the bridesmaids also brought some snacks. I had a few pretzels, some unpictured chocolate, and way too many nuts. And more booze, of course. This party was getting quite funny, and all before sunset.
Next up was dinner at totally cute Italian restaurant. Finally some real food! I was torn between pizza and pasta and decided to order spaghetti Napoli (with tomato sauce) and a small side salad at the very last moment. The pasta was good, but apparently I was still quite full from all the nuts, so I only ate half of it. I washed it all down with a pint of water and a double espresso.
Right after dinner we moved on (yeah, we moved a lot) to a cocktail bar. I chickened out and ordered a mock-tail, followed by a light prosecco based drink called Hugo. Both were really good, and I finally sobered up a little.
Our last destination was a night club that plays only rock and metal music. I didn’t take any pictures as it was way too dark, and I was busy whipping my hair around.
At around 3am we decided to pack up and leave, and at 4pm I was finally lying in my hotel bed. Goodness, what a day!
As the corresponding wedding is in less than two weeks, my goal for the rest of the month is survival.
Do you drink alcohol? If yes, does it affect your behaviour?