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... out of him at one stage.... even though he reckoned he didn't know the lyrics :) It was a fun tour - Wends and Lisa - you would have loved it ! and I'm sure you would have done yourselves proud during the sing-a-long bits - we were thinking about you :) Hope some of you die hard Julie Andrews fans recognise a few of the locations in the photos.... enjoy.... I'm off to watch the film again to spot some of the shots :) ...
... of the original buildings are there. However, we were able to visit part of the underground bunker system which was built between 1943 and 1945 and in its day was an extensive system of tunnels, corridors and staircases so that all the important buildings above ground were reachable and linked below ground. It was essentially Hitler's underground headquarters where the Reich would have been governed ...
The weather was mixed today so we decided to go to the town of Berchtesgaden and take a drive up the Rossfeldstrasse, the highest panoramic drive in Germany. It was then time for coffee and a cake in the town before having a quick stomp about. We needed to be back in reasonable time, as we were heading to Salzburg, to the cinema, having found a Cineplex that was showing Spectre in English !! Yeah ...
We left the hustle and bustle of Munich today to travel to Salzburg. Finding something for breakfast was once again problematic as Macca's wasn't open when we got there at about 8:00. We finally settled for a croissant (Bob) and a pretzel (me) and a cuppa at the station. With a 10:18 train to catch we had plenty of time, so we retired to our room to wait in air conditioned comfort. Our first class train trip was ...
... Residenz was the former royal palace of the House of Wittlesbach. The complex of grand residential buildings, stables, church, barracks, courtyards, gardens, theatre and eventually antiquarium (museum) was the result of continuous expansion over the generations. The rulers also felt the need to protect themselves from both the rebellious city dwellers and their warlike relatives.