Travel Blogs from Ismaning
... the ruling family of Bavaria and is where Ludwig II was born. The palace was very ordinate and they had a display of all of the royal carriages and sleighs which were very extravagant. Loni thinks that they spent wayyyyy too much money on ...
... European tradition a nice brightly coloured blanket for when you get chilly. We basked in the sunshine taking in the day, watching the cyclists, pedestrians and dogs pass us by. It is a busy street with a lot of traffic and people, so we had plenty to keep our attention. By this time we were dog tired so turned in for the day but not before taking in some of our shows on the laptop. That is one thing that you can't trust is hotel tv. It's either in another language or is terrible ...
... short didn’t get to Munich until Saturday mornig and came straight to Oktoberfest with their bags. All of us girls thought it would be a good idea to put some of the steins in the bags so we all had them as souvenirs. It’s illegal to take one and probably very illegal to try to steal 6 of them! Some how Jason ended up carrying the bag out and of course the cops stopped him and searched the bag. It was so embarrassing with all of us standing there and ...
Today I went out to visit and tour Neuschwanstein. I learned that it is really a palace and not a castle. So, in case you don't know the difference either, here is are the definitions. A fortress serves the purpose of protection against invasion. A palace is the big giant beautiful looking building, offering no protection from potential invasion, the enemy could walk right on up to it. A castle on the other hand is the combination ...
... by the palace of the king and queen, did a little German chocolate shopping and finally experienced the glory of the traditional Bratwurst-Sauerkraut-Weisbier combination. Andi broke his ‘I only eat gingerbread at Christmastime’ rule and managed to fatten us up to peak-explosion capacity in the 32 hours that he had us. Just as well, Switzerland is coming up, and apparently I won’t be able to afford food there. It was short but sweet, Nurnberg had come to an ...
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