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- Europe is the dream place where I always dreamed to travel. Travel is most passionate work that I enjoy most. My dream came to true on last part of 2014. I visited Germany on December, 2014.
After surviving the night with our wannabe axe murderer, we were ready to storm Salzburg Castle. We headed downtown and walked up the very steep pathway leading to the Castle. Markus had told us to walk it, rather than catch the funicular up there, as it gave you a better sense of how impregnable this place must have been. The Castle approach put the wall on your right hand side going up hill, meaning ...
... This was another 2 hour train trip in which we both slept quite soundly. We then arrived at Zwickau and had to wait for 40 minutes until the next train. We amused ourselves with a... One and only model train set! It was huge and cased in glass but if you put a euro in, you could control the trains. It was a work of art! Paul absolutely loved it. We then bought a bread roll each and hopped on the next train to Nürnberg. This train became quite crowded and ...
... br> Englischer Garten, German for English Garden. An impressively large garden in the centre of the city, a refreshing change to the usual bustling city centers we had seen previously. Particularly absorbing was a man made river which when combined with a powerful pump and cleverly sculpted river bed, created the perfect wave for surfing. This was an opportunity taken advantage of by a surprisingly large number of ...
Monday saw us head back to Rothenburg for a second
look. The busloads of tourists wandering
around on Friday last, made navigating the cobblestone streets (on bikes) a bit
of a challenge. We were in luck, as
Monday turned out to be a lot quieter than Friday and navigation was easier,...
although the heat of the day was a bit of a bummer (around 36 degrees). I did talk about Rothenburg in a previous
blog so ...