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Today it was time to leave our tiny room in Germany and drive over to Austria. We decided to break up the drive and stop half way at Neuschwanstein Castle, which I really wanted to see anyway. It should have left us with plenty of time to get to Austria for check in at 4pm. We set off at around 10am after a delicious buffet breakfast and made it to the castle by about 1pm. It took longer than we expected because today ...
After a very big breakfast at the hotel buffet, (Dan & Clint took the 'all you can eat breakfast' to its limits)
we were back in the car for our last day on Germany's gorgeous Romantic Road.
I had secured the seat upfront next to my man.The sun was shining, we had meatloaf playing, the landscape was ever changing, but always so beautiful. We could see the Alps starting to appear in the distance. I was beginning to get the 'Romantic' in the road.
... and she was not sure as its normally
closed if there is much snow was her reply. However I decided to take the chance
and go that way.
Out through the twisty streets of town and I'm soon onto a magnificent
smooth twisty road which is a bikers dream. Thanks to the wonderful weather the
road is totally dry and just great to bomb along at speed on.
The road snakes its way along through a wonderful river valley and passes
through a number on small ...
... would be going to Neuschwanstein Castle for the day. I was so excited to be able to see this castle, and it has been one of my top places to see since I was little. I met my guide, and soon our group was on our way! We had about a 2 hour train ride to the town where the castle was, and on the way our tour guide told us some history about the castle and different stories about the area and King Ludwig II, who built the castle. The castle was actually never finished, and was ...
... As the court finances dwindled, Ludwig's lunacy increased, culminating in his being told, at age 40, by his physician that he would be recommending that Ludwig be removed from the throne on grounds of insanity. Two days later, both the physician and Ludwig were found mysteriously drowned in the Starnbergsee.
The day ended with a visit to the greatest example of Rococo decoration in all of Germany...the wonderful Wieskirche...the "Church in the ...