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... flowing under the path. It was definitely a big tourist destination there were more people speaking English than German! On the way down we stopped for lunch and then headed on our way for Austria.
By this point the snow was very heavy and some roads were starting to get buried. We managed to reset the GPS to stop taking us through little towns and the main roads weren't too bad. The drive was supposed ...
... it was morning tea time and handed out the muffins from this mornings breakfast buffet- a brawl erupted over which one belonged to who.
Not so 'Romantic' with 5 kids in tow!
We saw snow on the ground for the first time this holiday & were surrounded by snow capped alps.
We were very aware that this was our last full day in Germany. We have loved our time here. Dan said it is his favourite (I think it gets bonus points for the food).
We stop by ...
... 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 ...
... prison bunker. We also went through a museum that gave all the history before the camp, as well as the timeline of life in the camp. We were also able to tour the barracks and where they slept. It was just as chilling as I remember from visiting when I was there in 2010. That night, we found our hostel in Munich, and had some traditional German food for dinner.
The next morning, Tracy flew out back to Bangor, and I headed to the train station to meet up with my tour ...
... weaving through idyllic Bavarian country side. This was (intentionally) the least planned portion of our trip. After weeks driving between detinations which had been scheduled weeks or months in advance, this was our opportunity to be a bit more free. Armed only with our guidebook and a map of southern Germany, we set out for Romantic Road adventures. Our journey began just outside Fussen, at the greatest of Germany's many castles: Neuschwanstein. Neuschwanstein is the fairy ...