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... drove; it's "Germany's Medieval heartland"). We had a good chuckle because it doesn't seem to matter where we go, Joe always finds the end of some road! From there, we headed to the banks of the Lech River and viewed the area where rafters and fishermen lived and worked. Interestingly, Mr. Steve's book pointed out that rafters in the 1500's would take cargo from Italy on it's way to Germany. They'd build massive rafts here and take goods and people to Augsburg! ...
... Marble stairs, a giant chandelier with venetian glass stones and paintings from Wagner operas. Nearly 1.5 million mosaic tiles make up the floor, and it is stunning! Probably the most intricate feature of the tour was King Ludwig's bed, which features a canopy of spires that took a considerable time to build. The last room, the Singer's Hall, is filled with paintings and a ceiling made of 96 pieces of wood that was built to resonate and enhance the singing. ...
... strudel. Just the icing on the cake. A wonderful day was spent & back to our hotel. Dinner was independent tonight so we found a lovely Indian restaurant next to our hotel. Vespers & best meal since I left home. And Greg had a lamb dish & I had a chicken one. A lovely walk through one of the gardens before retiring & walking off our tea completed a wonderful day. Off to Salzburg tomorrow. Guten ...
... is a master of engineering the road up was built in a year, near the top is a tunnel into the mountain and a lift to the top. 406ft
there was still snow on the ground at the top 6017ft. It is now a big tourist attraction and restaurant
We had the most beautiful day which Ruth said is very rare, so good weather is following us.
We travelled on to Innsbruck for one ...
... bridge probably supports a couple of hundred people at a time all jostling and clambering to get the perfect picture of Neuschwanstein. We were lucky because the sun came out just as we got to the bridge (we've been checking the weather all week and were expecting rain today). Next we went on a tour of Neuschwanstein. This castle was the dream home of King Ludwig II, sometimes called Mad King Ludwig. He became king at 18 years of age and was ill-prepared for it. ...