Appartement Hotel Seespitz
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... 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 ...
... it stopped so abruptly with the construction. We had some time to walk around the city, and make our way back down the hill. This time, we took a horse and carriage ride back down from the castle. It was a different route than the bus we took on the way up, and it was quite nice when enjoyed with our mulled wine we picked up along the way! :) We then took the train back to Munich, and before long, the day was almost finished! It was such an amazing day. I had always ...
... street but once out of the terminal we quickly found our hotel, St Gottard, which was very close to the train station. We checked in, found a bar on the street and then headed back into the hotel for dinner and bed. Nice day of travelling and Zurich looks like a pretty city, reminds me of Melbourne a bit too. Trams in the city center and lots of trees around, something we didn't see much of in ...
... getting lower as we were getting higher into the mountains. We made our way into Fussen, a pretty little town, where we disembarked and got on.........another bus!!! This bus took us to the base of the castle. We jumped off the bus and wandered around the little village/street, at the bottom of the castle where our guide explained a bit about the Luwig familiy and the history of the castle. Then we boarded ...........YEP!......another BUS!!! This bus took us to the top of the ...
... a more squat, Bavarian-style castle. When King Ludwig was a child, he spent most of his time at Hohenschwangau, and was miserable (note that Ludwig was a bit of an effete closet case, and was generally ignored by his royal parents). He grew up with a passion for architecture, poetry, and opera, which essentially is every subject that your manly 19th century king should NOT care about (composer Richard Wagner was a, ummm...buddy of ...