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... about 20km/h for the 80km we were on there. So much for no speed limits!!
The rest of the drive went fine and we made it to our Hotel. They had left us a note and our key so we let ourselves in as it was then 10pm! That was a really long drive. The hotel here is much nicer than the last one at least - there is actually room to move and its very modern. I really thought we weren't going to make it for a while though.
... on the way into Fussen to take photos of the Alps & Schloss Neuschwanstein. It is a spectacular sight perched high in the mountain tops.
We drive into Schwangau to find accomodation. We head to the information centre & Clint rings some places on the accomodation board. He finds us a gorgeous guest house on the outskirts of town. We were very comfortable. We ate at a nearby restuarant for dinner & slept well in our very comfortable beds.
As I'm on a bike I make my way to the front of the queue and stop at the
red. Under this light is a countdown which when I stopped was just below 4
minutes. I would love to know how long some of these cars have been standing
We are now sitting right down below major roadwork's on the cliff edge
above. A small single road has been built into the edge of the mountain as a
by-pass for all this work. This little switchback ...
... would be going to Neuschwanstein Castle for the day. I was so excited to be able to see this castle, and it has been one of my top places to see since I was little. I met my guide, and soon our group was on our way! We had about a 2 hour train ride to the town where the castle was, and on the way our tour guide told us some history about the castle and different stories about the area and King Ludwig II, who built the castle. The castle was actually never finished, and was ...
... 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 ...