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Run the 8km path around the lake for some spectacular views.
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... to the parking lot and got on the road to Salzburg, Germany.
BTW, the Autobahn is amazing here! The rest stops are super clean, and many of them have a play area for the kids. We stopped at one of these along the way; it also had incredible views of the what our drive looked like most of the way. Now if I was only driving a vehicle that would actually go 200 kms/hour without shaking like a rattled aspen leaf :-(
... s history. He ascended to the throne when he was only 18 years old, and was ill-equipped to rule. His boyhood was very protected, and he was quite a sensitive young man that spent a lot of time alone. He was a very eccentric person, and was a huge patron of the arts, particularly of Wagner's operas, which influenced much of his life. His mother, Princess Marie of Prussia, predicted he would not make a very good king, because of his lack of interest in ...
... Catholic. It houses the largest copper mine in the world. There is enough salt in the mountains surrounding Innsbruck to last 200 years but is too expensive to do so. Enough said & onto our morning tour. On arrival to the winter ski run we were taken up a funicular cable car & then a lift up to the highest point for a demanding view of the city. And the sun decided to make an appearance which stayed ...
... them. In 1935, Hitler forced the two towns to combine in order to host the 1936 Olympic Winter Games and they have remained together ever since. Our goal was Zugspitz, a look-out built at the peak of Wetterstein mountain, 2962m above sea level. This is the highest point in Germany. We drove to the Zugspitzbahn, a train station which would ferry us most of the way up the mountain. After buying tickets, we grabbed a lunch of apples, grapes, water and flammenkeutchen (bread ...
Today was Courtney's birthday and "Castle Day": Our day trip over the Alps and into Fussen, Germany. During the drive, we stayed on the Austrian side of the Alps stopping along the way to snap some photos and made our way to Neuschwanstein Castle. We took the hike up the hill to the castle rather than the bus or carriages and after the tour inside we walked over to the famous bridge, called Marienbrucke, for the "money" ...