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... back to tonight to see a light show. Munich has all in all been too much city and not our favorite. It hasn't helped that it is a busy weekend with a street fair that started at 4 pm. When we came back late in the evening, there was no light show, but a concert--beautiful, but they had mashed up bits of four Masses to make one, and it was a bit strange. To bed--tomorrow we go to ...
... breakfast. I loved the morning breakfast even though I was beginning to hate potatoes :-). Desserts in Munich or in general Bavaria are to die for.
Ben then drove me to see the beautiful Nymphenburg castle in Munich. This made me realise that I enjoyed castles more than museums. I was fascinated by its beauty. That's when Ben suggested that we visit Neuschwanstein castle. Oh yes that's the famous Disney castle with a sad history behind it.
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... We meet Kyle the guide from Mikes Bike Tours under the Old Town Hall at 11.30am along with a couple of Aussies and a rather large contingent of Americans. After a short walk to their HQ we were all kitted out with the appropriate bikes (although Finn spent the day complaining that his was too small) and started our tour of the City.
Shelton and I were asked to be "Butt Babe" and "**** Man", ensuring no one from the group got lost, injured ...
... and we sat down. Cory ordered a ordinary beer and I got a lighter sweeter beer the waiter suggested. They only have one size of beer, 1L, for €10. The beer was pretty good and because ow as thirsty, I drank it too fast and got sorta drunk. People walk up and down the tables selling things so I stopped the giant pretzel people and got one to snack on. It was about 130 when we finished our beers and decided to check out some of ...
... at Neuschwanstein, Herrenchiemsee, Linderhof, Hohenschwangau, and Rose Island, plus lots more. Inside the aplace were painting of at least 10 other royal residences around Bavaria. I wasn’t aware that this royal family spent so very much of the people’s money on multiple palaces. And all of them incorporate Rococo architectural features. I know too much history!!
Arriving at the palace we walked about a full kilometer to the palace, around ...