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... inside of the castle. The views from the outside are the main attraction. This castle also served as inspiration for Disney as they were creating Cinderella's Castle. We finally made our way around the blocked off path that is normally open in the summer so that we could go up the mountain even more and get the iconic view. Even though it is blocked off, everyone still goes to the lookout bridge. This bridge provides amazing views and this was definitely the highlight of the ...
... hang out before I had to leave. I had a big of a fiasco with the boxes that I wanted to send home but with the help of my landlord it got sorted. Unfortunately, it took up pretty much my whole morning so poor Katrin just waited around for me to say bye. It was bittersweet (we will be seeing each other next weekend in Salzburg) and I hated that it had to be rushed. I took one last look at my little home that I worked so hard to be able to afford and lugged my bags down ...
... up. It was so random that that song came on the radio (how did it know I wanted to hear some classic Sabbath just as I was landing?). I decided to be-line it to Airbrau and order a leader of Jet Stream Pills. I had a three and half layover so a leader of good German beer is just what the doctor ordered, and with a little luck will put me to sleep in the second leg of this trip.
The flight over was pretty good amenities wise. Lufthansa ...
... the cobblestone streets. We decided to catch the hop on-hop off bus and see more but after waiting at the bus stop for ages without one coming we gave up and decided to walk to the English Gardens instead. The English Garden is the largest public garden in Europe and is even bigger than NYC’s central park. We got to a main road and it was closed for another parade - so we stayed to watch a while. Marching bands, horse drawn carriages and loads of people ...
Countryside trains in the rain - Munich I am eternally grateful to my Austrian family for spending the week with me. Showing me the sights and teaching me about their culture. Saying goodbye hasn't been so much as a parting of ways, it has been a "see you later". Peoples paths often intersect time after time...life is funny that way. I'm in Germany, a sort of cross roads. Hungary didn't work out, and it would have been to costly ...