Travel Blogs from Seefeld
On our last night in Venice we went to see Vivaldi's Four Seasons, performed in a small concert hall. The musicians were amazing. When the concert was finished we had to walk through St Marc's Square which had decided to flood while we were in the concert. So we rolled up our pants and took off our shoes and walked through the flooded Square. This morning started with an early breakfast and boat ...
Picked up the hire car in Munich. Drove in the rain to Neuschwanstein castle. We arrived at 3pm and next available tour was at 5pm. So had a walk around in the rain and decided to give the tour a miss. Drove to our hotel in Klause near Reutte in ...
... rich sounds resonated throughout the building. A moving experience even for me. I discovered however that my fear of crowds in confined spaces is much greater than my fear of heights. I coped with the heights today but being packed into a tiny cable car with 40 others is not something I enjoy. I am sure it is coming from Tassie where you don't need to ever worry about crowds in small places. Other people seem used to it. I am sitting in the ...
... the castle is large, only 16 rooms have been completed so it is a 27 minute tour. The Aussies and I walked down the mountain to the little village and walked around looking at the views. However, we could not remember where the guides had said the bus was going to pick us up at. We spent over half an hour fanatically walking back and forth across town (yes the town is that small!) and we were lost. Finally, we spotted it and we ran to it and jumped in our ...
... that’s why he was declared insane and unfit to rule.
The castle made its way into the recent spotlight with the movie The Monuments Men, which tells the true story of the Nazis using the castle to hide all of the stolen art. At the end of the war, the Americans recovered the art and redistributed it.
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