Hotel Goldene Rose
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... in which a candle would be lit to provide the appearance of starlight to the bedroom below. Stunningly beautiful. Then we waited in line for the horse drawn carriages below, mistakenly thinking we had plenty of time to wait before the Neuschwanstein tour as the walk up the hill was supposedly an hour long. This turned out to not be true, as Maria and Isil made it up there in around half an hour, but we were stuck waiting ...
... I made it for our first leg of about 20mins before crisis struck and I had to get off to venture above ground immediately. There was still nearly an hour to go to get to Heathrow. Thankfully the stop I chose, South Kensington, was a very familiar one and I knew once I got to street level exactly where the public amenities were along with Starbucks and Pret. Adriana, Maria, and Isil stayed on the train and continued ...
... it so green. Anyway forecast tells us that we will be getting snow this weekend in Munich. Tomorrow we have a few spots to visit along with the English Gardens and I want to have a look at the BMW museum perhaps on Sunday. Later in the week we have more family UK Hudd's arriving in Munich for a couple of days carrying out some Hofbräuhaus auditing :) Sorry this is so short, but it's ...
... bench and surveyed the valley below. Just beautiful, peaceful and quiet. I have never seen this kind of country before. The green of the valley with the cows and horses grazing. The rugged mountains rising up with the snow on top. The slopes on the mountain side, some treed, some just green pastures for the animals. Makes you want to stay here for a good long time. Unfortunately it is getting later in the evening and getting a little cool.
We needed to do some ...
... time again. Prutz is a pretty run of the mill looking town, where I can do some shopping. It looks like a bit of a "base camp" for folks hiking/riding/skiing up in the mountains. In the plaza, a young fellow joins me for my strum session. "How do you like living here?" "There aren't many jobs here--and they're only part time. Also, I have mental problems, so I can't work a lot of ...