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... getting lower as we were getting higher into the mountains. We made our way into Fussen, a pretty little town, where we disembarked and got on.........another bus!!! This bus took us to the base of the castle. We jumped off the bus and wandered around the little village/street, at the bottom of the castle where our guide explained a bit about the Luwig familiy and the history of the castle. Then we boarded ...........YEP!......another BUS!!! This bus took us to the top of the ...
... lunch menu), then headed back to Munich on the 2pm train. Thanks to random German railway work, our 2-hour train ride home became 3.5 when the engineer realized the tracks were closed. We transferred to another train....to a bus...to another train. To say the adventure lacked German efficiency is most certainly an understatement.
Tomorrow we pack up early and head to Salzburg and Vienna for Sound of Musicking and Sacher-torte-eating.
... Mad Ludwig's Castle). Then we made a spectacular scenic drive through the Bavarian Alps to the highest peak in Germany, the Zugspitze, where we took a cable car to the summit. Words are really inadequate to describe what we saw, so we'll let some photos tell our story today.
... We followed it, drove for another 20 minutes, and came to the quaint little lakeside village of Nussdorf. None of us had any idea how we did that. We eventually found a route that didn’t lead to Nussdorf, which we shared with every car and truck that had been kicked off 31. I’ll spare the gory details of the rest of the trip and say that we managed to reach Füssen at around 5 pm, about 3 hours after ...
... number. Between the main castle entrance and there are tons of people standing in front of the gate for their group to come up. We only waited about 20 minutes before our number came up, then we entered through the mysterious portal, up some stairs to a long hallway where we waited for our guide. Neuschwanstein was built by Bavarian King Ludwig II starting in 1869 as a summer palace and homage to Richard Wagner and his glorification of medieval times. ...