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... towns as usual are extremely well kept
and with all the surrounding mountains make for great photography.
I have never been up this road or even this neck of the world before so was
not sure what to expect. I had a feeling yesterday I had saw the last of the
mighty big Alpine peaks but how wrong I was.
Soon this road starts making its way up into the mountains and there are
loads of warning signs for snow tyres and icy conditions etc. However that ...
... building process for 14 years. The outside was completely finished, however only about 80% of the inside was completed. When the King died, the construction stopped, plus this was a very expensive castle to start with.
We finally got to the castle, and we had a chance to walk around the town before heading up to the castle. We took the bus up to the castle, even though we had the option for a horse and carriage ride or to walk. We went as far as the bus would go, and ...
... quite a fast train, smooth ride and comfy with beautiful scenery. A man came past a few times with a trolley of drinks and snacks so we had everything we needed for the journey. As we got closer to Zurich the Swiss Alps appeared with snow on the top, very pretty!!! Train arrived on time about 5pm, we disembarked and headed out of the giant train station in Zurich. Took us a little while to ...
... getting lower as we were getting higher into the mountains. We made our way into Fussen, a pretty little town, where we disembarked and got on.........another bus!!! This bus took us to the base of the castle. We jumped off the bus and wandered around the little village/street, at the bottom of the castle where our guide explained a bit about the Luwig familiy and the history of the castle. Then we boarded ...........YEP!......another BUS!!! This bus took us to the top of the ...
What Mozart is to Salzburg, so Ludwig II is to Bavaria. That truth exposes itself seemingly around every corner of this magical, fairy-tale countryside, but most assuredly when in the proximity of one of his famous castles. He became "King" at age 18, although "king" must be understood in the context of a constitutional monarchy, one in which he did not have the absolute power he so desired. In fact, it was his obsession with the power of a prior ...