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... sure how after seeing how small the road is) but they were not running because of the snow. There were horse and carts going up which looked cute but we decided a walk would be nice. It was about half an hour up the mountain which was good to stretch our legs.
There was a really good view from the top over the village below and the castle was pretty impressive! The walk was nice too, there was snow everywhere ...
After a very big breakfast at the hotel buffet, (Dan & Clint took the 'all you can eat breakfast' to its limits)
we were back in the car for our last day on Germany's gorgeous Romantic Road.
I had secured the seat upfront next to my man.The sun was shining, we had meatloaf playing, the landscape was ever changing, but always so beautiful. We could see the Alps starting to appear in the distance. I was beginning to get the 'Romantic' in the road.
... and she was not sure as its normally
closed if there is much snow was her reply. However I decided to take the chance
and go that way.
Out through the twisty streets of town and I'm soon onto a magnificent
smooth twisty road which is a bikers dream. Thanks to the wonderful weather the
road is totally dry and just great to bomb along at speed on.
The road snakes its way along through a wonderful river valley and passes
through a number on small ...
Tracy and I arrived in Munich from Innsbruck, and Munich became our center spot for our travels of the next couple of days. We went to Dachau Concentration Camp, where we learned about the chilling realities and horrors that happened there. We spent all afternoon there, and I feel like we hardly was able to see the full extent of it. It is such a sobering experience, to think of everything that transpired there not that long ago. We walked through the grounds, and took a tour ...
After another fantastic German breakfast we left behind the little hotel with spa (sadly under-used by us) for our 3 day journey up the Romantic Road. Called so because it can evoke a yearning for "a simpler time," the Romantic Road is a 400km route that leads through dozens of well-preserved Medieval towns, walled-in with turrets, cobbled streets, old churches, and those trademark brightly painted yellow, green, pink, and blue shops and homes. The route itself is a series of ...