Tyrol Hotel Haldensee
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... br> Back in the day, germany wasn't one unified country; the area now known as germany was made up of smaller states, who only unified into one country in 1871. In this sense, germany is a very young nation, compared to others like france, england, ect. One of these states was Bavaria. From 1864 to 1886, Bavaria was ruled by King Ludwig II. He was known as "Mad King Ludwig" but is also remembered as the "Fairy Tale King". Ludwig spent a ton of money on ...
... makes me want to learn another language (I'd pick german), until I stop and remember that english is the only one that you need and learning another language requires months or years of practice, only so that you can brag that you know german. Unless you're planning on moving to germany or austria, it's pretty much useless.
Got up this morning, rode s-bahn train to Dachau. Tagged along with a group of purdue students on spring break to the site of ...
Amazing! King Ludwig II was crazy but he has an amazing castle that was made for him. The weather was not the best but the castle was impressive non the less. Went inside but no pictures of course. For it's massive size the castle is not finished! King Ludwig died (possibly murdered) before it was finished so they stopped production. Beautiful view that I will alway ...
... pretty interesting and more modern than I expected. King Ludwig II lived in a fantasy and the interior of the castle reflected it. The tour guide was pretty interesting as well and it seemed like he had learned English from count Dracula while living in Ireland. The castle is one of the top tourist attractions in Germany and it also has a bit of romance. Perfect Valentines day.
... bit of time to kill, so went and played in some knee-deep snow by the side of the picturesque lake at the bottom of the valley. The first castle, Hohenschwangau, is a golden yellow colour and is right atop the village. It was home to mad King Ludwig II's parents and had beautiful decor throughout, including the roof of the king's bedroom which was embedded with long shards of crystal that went through the roof to a ...