Trenne Benutzernamen durch Kommata.
Dieses Thema im Forum "Talk" wurde erstellt von mikemyres, 22. Juli 2005.
Will there be free water at WOA which is drinking water?
In short: no.
You can buy drinking water in the small supermarket close to the stage area entrance, however. It's €5, or something, can't really remember, for six 1.5-liter bottles.
I drank free water from the WC spigot that I took in bottles. It tasted fine.
(My stomach was only nasty the second day and I attribute that solely to the liter of cheap russian vodka I swilled the day before )
the water inside the festival area was clean, surely? I didn't get sick...
I'm sure mikem's question was "will you be able to fill bottles from basins of fresh drinking water in the camping area", to which the short answer is "no". I wouldn't recommend the WC water, and I'm not sure what Brat means. Maybe she asked the beer vendors for a glass of water.
I mean where people washed their hands and brushed there teeth - whatever you call those basins
and in the festival area near the good toilets...
I always filled my bottles there, as did many other people. I saw people with bulk containers filling them
Close to the football pitch there are WCs, showers and wash basins, but I was pretty sure that cost 50 cents or something. Maybe that was back in 2003.
So, short, boring and at least probable answer: Yes.
Or maybe: Opinios differ. On the availability of free water and on the years in general.
I always managed to find free water. I drank it too. I didn't die.
That wasn't water.
mugabes post about the water near the footie pitch is correct, even for him
but ive seen ppl piss in the other ones near the food stalls, think that was in the festival area...cant remember
First the water basins were outside the shower camps and for everyone free to use but since some very nice people thought it was funny to demolish the basins a few years ago (2003?) they were placed inside the showercamps and you have to pay for it like a toilet visit. At least, that is what I remember of it.
@dittohead: are you sure that wasn't the 'pinkelrinne', those basins are there for that purpose
I've never paid for water in Wacken (and drank quite a lot in the last 3 years)
I'm buying a few bottles when I get there.