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... more than a store. Newly designed in 2007 it is the biggest Swarovski shop in the world with a unique selection imbedded in a fiction starting at night with a starry sky and guiding you through dawn and sunrise into a dome of altering daylight.
Finally the Giant’s garden awaits you with a maze, an alpine garden and extraordinary objects, insights and ...
... more time in the mountains and less time
in Munich as he drifted into his fantasy world. Ludwig II increasingly identified himself with Parzival, a legendary medieval figure who became the Grail King through his purity and faith.
Ludwig was so intrigued that he asked Wagner to write an opera about it, which he did in 1877. Wagner and his circle privately even referred to Ludwig as "Parsifal", and his problems were incorporated into the drama of the Grail. ...
... of fun. Now it was back to the touristy mob back at the castle. We contemplated walking up to the castle but with already doing about 20,000 steps we opted for the bus to the top. While waiting for our turn we got a nice little rain shower that helped cool us off from such a hot day. As we arrived at the castle it was so fun see Leanne's smile and we spent some time looking around the exterior of the castle waiting for our tour to start. While waiting for ...
... per cable. Each car fit around 40 people on board at a time. We had to line up for around 1.5 hours to get on. But it was worth the wait! As we zoomed up the cable we watched as the world got smaller and smaller below us and the horizon opened up. On arrival at the top, we were marshalled into the visitors centre. Rob made a snap decision that we should get on the next cable car to the glacier. This was a novel thought, however meant traveling 400m ...
... The most amazing greens of the fields backed by the sparkling shine of the rocky alps made for the best scenery for this drive. Boarder crossings are well anticipated before reaching them, and Pete starts to get itchy, zooming the sat Nav out then back in, gets the camera ready to capture the signs welcoming us in the local dialect. However mainly are anti-climatic. Usually you would get the sense that this was once a serious crossing, but nowadays you would ...