Landgasthof Zur Post
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... just spinning and they weren't moving anymore.
At this point we really wished we had snow chains! We kept going anyway and pulled over at a servo to see if they sold them (no luck) so we kept going. It was mostly on the Autobahn the rest of the way so we figured it should be fine. We then encountered what is known here as a Stau - basically a huge traffic jam which backs up for ages. The road was very snowy and ...
... it was morning tea time and handed out the muffins from this mornings breakfast buffet- a brawl erupted over which one belonged to who.
Not so 'Romantic' with 5 kids in tow!
We saw snow on the ground for the first time this holiday & were surrounded by snow capped alps.
We were very aware that this was our last full day in Germany. We have loved our time here. Dan said it is his favourite (I think it gets bonus points for the food).
We stop by ...
... is not going to happen today as here in the valley the sun is shining and the
temp is way up at 18 Celsius. its more like mid summer than November.
This road may well be classed as a pass road but it certainly is not like
most passes as the road is extremely wide and fast also. rather than being cut
out and built into the edge of a mountain cliff its more like massive beds of
concrete road fixed and bridged along the edge of the cliffs and is ultra ...
... the bridge, where many of the iconic pictures of the castle are taken from. I was so excited I practically ran onto this bridge which was a little more rickety than I would have liked but I was out there for a while anyway! The castle was magnificent- it was stunning against the background of the mountains. I could have stayed there all day, and would have been happy.
After taking some photos, we walked to the castle. It was even bigger than I could've ever imagined! We ...
... shuttle and the carriage. So anyone who wanted to go would have to climb the mountain on foot. And just to make it more interesting, it was raining. Most of them braved it, including Dave. Pastor Seltz said it was about a mile hike, but they "stormed the castle." Once he got up there, Dave did not go inside the castle, but he got some photos of the view from on high, then walked back down again -- in the rain! Being a tourist is a lot of work.