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A long day today, a two hour drive to Chiemsee to take a boat across the lake to Herrenchiemsee the last of the castles built for Ludwig II that we are going to see on our tour. We make a stop in Bad Toelz on the way to shop for a takeaway lunch and have an excellent coffee and cake. The boat ride is only 15 minutes then we get a horse and carriage to the castle itself. This castle was built as a ...
... multimedia presentations illustrated aspects of his life. I didn't realise he travelled so much or how difficult it was to travel by coach in the 18th century. His sister was also a gifted musician. The Hop On Hop Off bus took us through a tunnel to the south side of the peak on which stands the fortress. We could see a number of beautiful palaces and country estates from the top so we were keen to investigate. The only ...
... book and feeling quite exhausted. I also unfortunately started to run a fever, burning up quite warm so I pretty much stayed in bed the rest of the night, sleeping here and there, my fever seeming to mostly pass around 10pm or so but I still felt quite exhausted.
The next day I was feeling a bit better but still quite tired and feeling slightly sick. I only had a short two ...
... Salzburg which was a great city. Mozart was everywhere, since it is his birthplace. The city had a charm to it and I loved it. My favorite part was going canyoning! The water was FREEZING, but it was such a cool experience for someone who loves the outdoors like me, and I can't wait to go ...
... was going to the fortress. Since we were already across the river we decided to explore that part of the old city also. We walked up the Linzer Gasse, which is the main street of the Altstadt on that side, (pic) and checked out the shops and restaurants. Stopped in St. Sebastian’s Church and Cemetery where Mozart’s wife and father are buried. We finally started to make our way to St. ...