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We drove to Fussen at the foot of the Alps to visit the model for Disneyland's fairytale castle, Schloss Neuschwanstein. We decided to visit both castles in the town as King Ludwig II who planned Neuschwanstein actually grew up in Hohenschwangau and was fascinated by the romantic tales and decorations in his boyhood holiday home. Ludwig II became king in 1864 at 18 years of age but after 7 years of rule ...
... of black short boots for €39...... These would cost me close to $200 back home. No show without Punch though....Andrew and Alain both bought a pair of good shoes! This evening we all went to the local Chinese restaurant.....it was okay but not a patch on Mt Evelyn though!! We are very thirsty now!!! A coffee was had at another cafe and now home to bed. We are off to Kufstein in Austria ...
... again it didn't live up to expectations and was quite boring. Most of the homes it past were quite new and low on the quaintness scale. With Gavinshka set to take us to the town of Hohenschwangau we set off with Peter again driving. The road was mostly a two way country road which probably made for a bit more stress when driving and overtaking etc. but he got us there safely, although was pretty ...
... similar to the one at Disney theme parks. Neuschwanstein was the model. You may have noticed that both castles have the word schwan in the title. Schwan means swan and is the official symbol of Ludwig II of Bavaria and his family. When Ludwig became Konig of Bavaria he decided to build a new (Neu) castle near his boyhood home of Hohenschwangau. Neuschwanstein was never finished however as Ludwig died at age forty before its ...
... bankrupt before it was finished. The government essentially called him mentally insane and Ludwig went and lived on a isolated family home on a lake where he later died with nothing... The Neuschwanstein castle belongs to the government and has been a tourist site ever since Ludwig left. The Hohenschwangu castle has also been toured since the early 19th century but it is still in the family name. Dan and I finished touring castles by 3, we hiked up the beautiful Bavarian mountains ...