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... now has me
going "off road" and simply has no idea where in the world I am going.
Once right down in the valley I can see loads of maintenance work going on
up on the cliff road above and now understand why its closed.
As I make my way along this make-shift road I see a truck with about 20
cars coming towards me which gives me hope that the roads open.
Finally there ahead of me is a long queue of traffic and all standing
waiting at a set of ...
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 ...
... quite a fast train, smooth ride and comfy with beautiful scenery. A man came past a few times with a trolley of drinks and snacks so we had everything we needed for the journey. As we got closer to Zurich the Swiss Alps appeared with snow on the top, very pretty!!! Train arrived on time about 5pm, we disembarked and headed out of the giant train station in Zurich. Took us a little while to ...
... Then onto a bus for the next leg (unfortunately there were doing train works), bus trip for about 20 mins then off we get and onto the platform for our next train! Hmmm, seems we have missed our next train, as the bus was late! So we have to wait an hour, a bit of a bugger but we take the opportunity to find a coffee and hot chocolate. An hour later we are on our next train (the fifth transport for the trip), where we sat for a little over an hour. pretty countryside, ...
... would be a quick detour to see another of Ludwig's castles on the Chiemsee, the largest lake within the confines of Germany (the Bodensee is larger but shares a border with Switzerland). To get to the castle, one takes a ferry to an island, and there is greeted with a slightly-smaller replica of Versailles, named the Herrenchiemsee, an homage to Ludwig's hero, Louis XIV, and resplendent under over 14 pounds of gold leaf. Although never finished ...