Hotel Garni Brunnthaler
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... the entrance to the castle. What time is it? Oh, it is 3pm and we haven't been inside the castle yet!! We wandered around the castle and the castle grounds, amazing place!!! Well worth the taxi, 4 trains and 3 buses, or whatever it was, to get there. So time to reverse it all and get home :D and reverse it we did!! Got back to our hotel a little after 9pm, ordered a bottle of champagne and a pizza from the room service menu and chatted about the day. Awesome day! We love ...
... lunch menu), then headed back to Munich on the 2pm train. Thanks to random German railway work, our 2-hour train ride home became 3.5 when the engineer realized the tracks were closed. We transferred to another train....to a bus...to another train. To say the adventure lacked German efficiency is most certainly an understatement.
Tomorrow we pack up early and head to Salzburg and Vienna for Sound of Musicking and Sacher-torte-eating.
... a lot about society and people, especially the fact that people are more self-absorbed than ever before and go out of their way to avoid connecting with others. What’s wrong with asking someone to take your photo anyway, and you can return the favor? Unfortunately from what I’ve seen here this trend will likely only continue to spread.
Once inside the castle walls it is set up to take tour groups in every 5 minutes according ...
... Louis XIV, that formed the architectural and decorative basis for several of his castles, and since Ludwig hadn't quite absorbed the economic truth that inflow must be at least equal to and ideally greater than outflow (lesson, Washington?) ultimately led to the court's bankruptcy and likely contributed to his spiral into insanity and his untimely, mysterious death at age 40.
Leaving Salzburg, we drove back into Germany and made what ...
... Neuchwanstein (NOT kid friendly,
btw) we stopped at a random place and had amazing Bavarian food served by an 80
year woman. The only (minor) thing marring the afternoon break was two posh
British chaps on a biking trip talking at each other about their individual
levels of awesomeness. Probably bankers. The food on offer finally differed
from tourist friendly boiled sausages with pretzels, or schnitzel - though none
of that is bad. We ...