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... over a 2-year period (i.e. less than 6 months!) - there are 120 rooms in the castle but only 20 have been finished - 2 days after his mysterious death at age 41 in a lake near Munich, all work on the castle was cancelled as his family didn't want to spend the money (hence the throne room has no throne!) After the tour was over, we wandered back down the hill at a much more civilised pace, made our way through the forest & popped ...
... these days I'm assumed due to the attention gathered my Schumacher). This was mainly to avoid Kim calling me 25 times throughout the night to ensure I was still awake. We got our ski passes and caught the Galzig gondola up to the top where I had to face the music and see whether or not I could actually still ski. Luckily enough, I hadn't forgotten how to completely elegantly ski down the mountain. Try to imagine an out of control gazelle, balancing largely on one leg ...
Having spent a week on my mountain, it was time to do some longer and steeper walks again so it was back to Oberstdorf but this time avoiding waterfalls! Day 1 was spent on a flatter walk and on day 2 the only way was up! Although due to time constraints we came down by cable car which confused Lizzie! Surprisingly little ...
Day 286 6 hrs, 12.1 kms Next morning I head down to another lake. Across the lake I see for the first time mountains completely cover in snow. Along this hike I've often seen patches of snow on the higher slopes, but never mountains completely covered in snow. I suddenly realize that there's a whole other level to the Alps that I haven't even gotten close to... But now it's time to start heading down hill. There's a path on ...
... of towns under one government. I guess it's more efficient that way, but that means fewer parkbenching points for me. I'm walking downhill now. I barely notice when I crossed my 4th Alpine pass this time. This pass was still below the treeline, and surrounded by families out for a stroll, it didn't feel like a rugged conquest, as the crossing of Splugenpass from Italy to Switzerland did. Soon the valley flattens out a little and there's ...