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... rooster at the top of the Glockenspiel chirps quietly three times, marking the end of the spectacle.
We then headed through the medieval heart of Munich admiring the Frauenkirche whose twin towers dominate the city’s skyline before hearing tales of the Bavarian royal family, the turbulent 20th century and the early days of the Nazi Party. Of course no visit to Munich would be complete without discussing why beer matters so much to Bavarians and why it ...
After a series of setbacks and looming repair costs in the face of diminishing time we made the decision to put the interior build and mechanical repair of our much loved VW T3 on hold and instead arrange a different car with which we can hit the road. We ended up with an Opel Corsa, with which we finally were able to get going. Next stop: Northern ...
... would give us more time to figure out our laundry situation back home, plus we had already walked around Munich for 3 1/2 hours so we were fine heading back. The only problem is that we were a 20 minute walk from the train station, through an insanely busy pedestrian street (then across a busy car intersection). And... It was 1:43. We had about 11 minutes to make it. So, the speed walking began, which eventually turned into a run, and then a sprint. At 1:54 we were still a 2 ...
So after yesterdays downer, today was time for something a bit lighter. I had booked a tour to Neuschwanstein Castle. This is the castle that inspired just about every castle in Walt Disneys movies. A huge shining white castle on a mountain top, with huge turrets and balconies. The tour started at the train station, with a 3 hour joinery to Hohenshwangau. This is a little village in the Bavarian Alps. The country up there was magnificent. Open pastures with snaking streams ...
... at the hostel bar. And none of us were staying there. We were slightly upset since we thought bought us beer at the beer gardens. Instead, we had to pay for beers in addition to the tour. We were upset at first but we had fun in the end. I met a British PWC accountant and he, Philip, starts in September. We both don't want to start after this trip! We first went to the oldest beer hall in inter-city Munich and we walked deep into the ground where they use to ...