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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 ...
... on the way into Fussen to take photos of the Alps & Schloss Neuschwanstein. It is a spectacular sight perched high in the mountain tops.
We drive into Schwangau to find accomodation. We head to the information centre & Clint rings some places on the accomodation board. He finds us a gorgeous guest house on the outskirts of town. We were very comfortable. We ate at a nearby restuarant for dinner & slept well in our very comfortable beds.
... sure feels cold. However that was not what was worrying me now as here at the
summit there were big red barriers across the road and there at the side was a
temporary little rough road leading down the mountain. It had temporary signs
with the names of towns on them but were these small local towns or were they
towns on this main route and was this just a works detour or is the main pass
I decided to chance this little road and of course ...
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 ...
... amp; Isolde or medieval knights. Like Versailles, the scale was huge and the finishes opulent. The king's bedroom alone was decorated with so much ornately carved wood that it took 14 artisan carvers 4 years to complete. In order to enter the castle all visitors must take a guided tour. We lined up with 30 or so other people and waited for our turn. Starting every 5 minutes, each tour brought guests through all of the completed rooms, explaining the historical context in ...