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Arrived in Munich today. It was a misty morning and rather dreary as we boarded our train to Gunzberg and Legoland. The hillsides were lovely to pass by (what can be seen through the mists)
Now Legoland was amazing and could draw out the kid in anyway. Lots of kids but even the parents were wide eyed with delight as were we! I rode a …
... I headed to the hoeschwanstein castle which is the older of the 2, I had been told this one had the better interior so I visited the inside of this one. this castle has been very well maintained and the art and design are almost all original and the gifts the king recieved that are on display are beyond alaborate I the explored the area a bit and then started my journey back to munich. once back in munich I picked my gear up from the hostel and jumped on the next train to salzburg ...
... used on the walls of this place. Ludwig was very eccentric and shy. He never married and never produced an heir... Instead he built palaces. The grounds keepers were just beginning to remove the wooden covers from the statues in the gardens so I managed to get a few photos of that. Swiftly we moved on to drive an hour or so more over to Neuschwanstein which is the most famous landmark in all of Germany and the most visited castle in the world! Neuschwanstein is also referred to as ...
... What a find. Very authentic Munich bar. Lots of wood trimming Had a great lunch then off to the Christmas markets in Sendlinger Tor Lots of walking and lots of people. Food stalls and flu wine drinks. Gross Train back to the hotel and everyone showed and about to crash. No one slept on the plan so after 35 hrs of no sleep we are all crashing. That's all for now. It was a fantastic first ...
... Popes etc from about 1623.
Some of the most impressive rooms were the the Ancestral gallery, the Antiquarium, plus the throne room and chapel.
At 3pm we set out on a 2.5HR guided walking tour of the "3rd REICH THE RISE OF HITLER"
We saw and heard about the significant buildings that played a part in the rise of power of Hitler and the 3rd Reich.
Hitlers rise to power is truly interesting and the part Munich played in ...
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