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We visited the "man" and "women" island. Before we entered the palace with the timed guided tour, we visited Konig Ludwig II Museum. It was actually very nice, especially we knew something about his life after visiting the famed Newschwanstein. The museum had many pictures and even Ludwig II's death mask and photo. ...
What is great about backpacking with no fixed agenda or itinerary, is that you can make changes to your plans at any time, based on how you feel or based on things you read & hear. That was the case with our visit to Vienna & Kitzbuhel. We had not planned to visit Austria, but since we were so close to Vienna we decided to go there & since we were in Austria, ...
... a bit out of the way for getting to Salzburg but many pretty scenes, houses and mountains were evident on the road there. This little town is very pretty indeed – high, snowy mountains and a great big lake. Plenty of pretty little houses also. We had a good walk around – took plenty of photos including a funny one of Craig wearing an interesting hat – he looks so much like Poppa in that photo. Only bad thing was that ...
... The fire department even had its ladder truck set up for kids to ride and extended it up four stories. We stopped in at the local church too. We went back down to the lake for the water show at 5:00 which was pretty good and set to music. As we started to walk down the promenade beside the lake we heard thunder. We had been watching the clouds move in all day but the rain had held off until then. We headed back to the car and it was just ...
... around Security Zone 1 on the lower part of the mountain, we drove to the Documentation Center, which was the location of the bunkers as well as a history of the Nazi march to power and subsequent defeat by the Allies. We learned that all school children and military personnel are required to visit the site at some point in order to understand the history of the Nazi regime in hopes it is never repeated.
There are only two bunkers open to the public. One at the ...