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... reign supervising every detail of the construction of his perfect castle, your country is screwed. You can't do anything about it; he's the king, that's it. At the end of the day though, Bavaria was absorbed into the german empire against Ludwig's will, and he was eventually (probably) assassinated, but at least he made a badass castle that we can all go and tour today. So monarchy has its perks.
Came back into Fussen, walked around. Fussen is a ...
... of a mountain that I was able to dart around on for a half hour or so. Came back down to the autobahn, re-entered germany, and hit heavy traffic for most of the way back to munich. Returned the car, grabbed my pack from the hostel, boarded train to Fuessen. Currently on train writing this, should arrive in fuessen in 5 minutes (it's 11:22 local time right now). In a carriage with a bunch of loud, drunk, obnoxious german people. Quite the contrast to the ...
Amazing! King Ludwig II was crazy but he has an amazing castle that was made for him. The weather was not the best but the castle was impressive non the less. Went inside but no pictures of course. For it's massive size the castle is not finished! King Ludwig died (possibly murdered) before it was finished so they stopped production. Beautiful view that I will alway ...
... was a cool hike. Tomorrow we are (once again) getting up early and will tour the castles at Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau, then driving to Munich. One of our highlights has been staying at this apartment in Fussen. There is a sunroom in the back where we eat breakfast that's just delightful. The owner covered the walls with old panels that were once in a French castle. It's really ...
... tiny car. Two trips later, we were all at the facility. We spend the day touring their warehouse and in meetings. It was quite interesting to see the environment of the German workers in comparison to our own. Apparently it is German law that all office workers have windows in their workspace, so all the office area we visited has these wonderously large windows that opened inward - some even had views of the Alps. Although the offices all had large ...