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We left Lindau and decided not to take the autobahn to Rosenheim but rather drove on the smaller roads. It was a very wise decision that we made.
As we came towards Reutte and Garmish the skies became clear and the view of the mountains were breathtaking. I was taking lots of pictures however these did not do ...
... as we walked along the broad street of 'Old Town'. Walking up towards it, through the wooded hillside with its bare winter trees, I realised it was the first hill I had walked up in a very long time that wasn't jungly Bukit Shabandar and I was far too cold to be sweating! It was lovely to see the bare trees after so long in the always-leafy jungle, and the views down over the town when we entered the castle walls, were well ...
... eventually. The tour of the castle takes us round the State rooms and Ludwig's private rooms. The decor is based as a copy of Versailles lots of marble, gilt and gold. There is a bedroom that is a copy of Louis' room where he held levees and couchees and was an important meeting place for the court. Ludwig's however was never used for other people just for him, he turned into a nocturnal ...
... come up on your left at incredible speeds (going at least 160 km per hour). I mentally decided that the three lanes go like this; the far right lane is the fast lane, the middle one is the faster lane and the left lane is the fastest lane!
Getting to the Palace is easy. Make your way to the lake where there is ferry service to not only to Herrenchiemsee, but also to Frauenchiemsee (houses a Benedictine Nunnery) ...
Absolutely sheeting it down. I thought that a red sunset was a shepherds delight! So disappointing but there would be no fun in cycling today. It has rained most days since we arrived in Italy from Greece and we can usually do something but this is really heavy. Read a book ...