Arabella Brauneck Hotel
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... scrapbook like they did on the train. We stopped at some souvenir stores and some food. There was some protest going on in the afternoon that we watched. Don't know what was going on since it was all in German. But it had something to do religion. Was getting pretty heated, a lot of police around who didn't seem to think so. -Everything seems to be closed on Sundays -Almost all bathrooms cost .5 Euros -There are McDonalds everywhere and they have chicken wings. ...
... around the museum and looked at the cars and motorcycles. News to me that Mini's are are part of the BMW line. Got to see sone cool Mini's as well. We started to walk back and found a restaurant to eat at called Pardi. Which ended up being a Turkish restaurant. We both ate eggplant in different way. I had it with spinach and cheese, while Kim got potatoes, zucchini and cheese. All in all very delicious! We headed back to rest up for Okberfest ...
... see staff when dinner was served. Basically this table disappears into the floor down into the kitchen where it is set with food and drink and then sent back up into the dining room. The castle is breathtaking and I can see why the King spent most of his time here.
Neuschwanstein Castle was built in seclusion so that the King could have peace away from the public. The castle was open to the public about 7 weeks after the Kings death and now ...
Next came lunch. The Hofbrauhaus was as-advertised, with hundreds of foreign tourists drinking beer and massive amounts of wurst. The funny of the day came when a nice and clearly American couple asked if they could sit at our table. When we gestured yes (there was music playing that made it impossible to hear anything), they sat down and proceeded to mime to us ...
... about for the rest of the day was what am I going to do with my life? To bring good to a world that still has starvation, slavery, concentration camps and torture!
We live in a bubble.. It's healthy for that bubble to get popped every now and then, it's overwhelming but I think it enlarges you as a person. I hope I never forget this day and always remember to treat others with the respect and kindness that every human deserves.