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... about 20km/h for the 80km we were on there. So much for no speed limits!!
The rest of the drive went fine and we made it to our Hotel. They had left us a note and our key so we let ourselves in as it was then 10pm! That was a really long drive. The hotel here is much nicer than the last one at least - there is actually room to move and its very modern. I really thought we weren't going to make it for a while though.
... on the way into Fussen to take photos of the Alps & Schloss Neuschwanstein. It is a spectacular sight perched high in the mountain tops.
We drive into Schwangau to find accomodation. We head to the information centre & Clint rings some places on the accomodation board. He finds us a gorgeous guest house on the outskirts of town. We were very comfortable. We ate at a nearby restuarant for dinner & slept well in our very comfortable beds.
... tunnel is much warmer inside and so it should be with the
length of it. Uphill, downhill, left and just about every angle you can imagine.
This twisty tunnel must have been a good 6 or 7 km in length.
As I exit the tunnel its like a total different world outside. its blue
skies and the temp is way up at 18 Celsius.
From here the road made its way down into a massive valley and once again
passed through a number of small towns.
As i said earlier ...
... building process for 14 years. The outside was completely finished, however only about 80% of the inside was completed. When the King died, the construction stopped, plus this was a very expensive castle to start with.
We finally got to the castle, and we had a chance to walk around the town before heading up to the castle. We took the bus up to the castle, even though we had the option for a horse and carriage ride or to walk. We went as far as the bus would go, and ...
... with the least amount of effort). Were it not for my stunning linguistic abilities I have no doubt we'd still be wandering the twisting narrow streets of old town Fussen like a modern day Hansel and Gretel. As for the castles....yawn... I'm normally an old building/old castle kind of guy, but after waiting in line for 90 minutes just for tickets, and then having to walk to an elevation of about 30000 feet just to get in the door, I expected a little more. Yes they're impressive ...