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... the 8th century - WHOA!
While we didn't go into any of the museums (we spread these out so the kids don't get too bored with them), we did stop and enjoy a traditional treat called a schneeball (snowball) as we meandered back to the camper van. Imagine a crunch dough stuffed with milk chocolate and then dipped in it, too. We split it, and thank goodness we did or we would've been grossly stuffed ourselves! When we finished gorging ourselves, we made our ...
... Marble stairs, a giant chandelier with venetian glass stones and paintings from Wagner operas. Nearly 1.5 million mosaic tiles make up the floor, and it is stunning! Probably the most intricate feature of the tour was King Ludwig's bed, which features a canopy of spires that took a considerable time to build. The last room, the Singer's Hall, is filled with paintings and a ceiling made of 96 pieces of wood that was built to resonate and enhance the singing. ...
... Catholic. It houses the largest copper mine in the world. There is enough salt in the mountains surrounding Innsbruck to last 200 years but is too expensive to do so. Enough said & onto our morning tour. On arrival to the winter ski run we were taken up a funicular cable car & then a lift up to the highest point for a demanding view of the city. And the sun decided to make an appearance which stayed ...
... say it was fantastic. We had time to visit another magnificent church.
We passed the house Mozart was born in And many of the traditional dress still sold in the shops.
It was time to return to the coach for a drive over the German border through more beautiful country with snow capped mountains to the mountain summer playground for top Nazi brass and Hitlers Eagles Nest. ...
... paved. It only took us about 10 minutes. We were on the 1:25 p.m. tour (in English). Hohenschwangau was built by King Maximilian II in the early 1800s. He purchased castle ruins and had them transformed into a beautiful summer palace. The castle is filled with original furniture and secco (like fresco) paintings that have never been touched up but look brand-new. We walked downhill after the tour and decided to take a shuttle bus up to our next tour of Neuschwanstein. It's ...