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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 ...
... and involves about 2000 people in authentic dress taking part in wedding processions, dance, music, feasts, jousting... Anita had told me about it and it sounds like an absolute riot - I can't make up my mind which would be the best time of year to come back: Autumn for Oktoberfest or June for the wedding!
Landshut is dominated by the looming bulk of Trausnitz Castle high on a hill above the town, and it looked ...
A long day today, a two hour drive to Chiemsee to take a boat across the lake to Herrenchiemsee the last of the castles built for Ludwig II that we are going to see on our tour. We make a stop in Bad Toelz on the way to shop for a takeaway lunch and have an excellent coffee and cake. The boat ride is only 15 minutes then we get a horse and carriage to the castle itself. This castle was built as a ...
There are certain things that are completely out of our control, one of those is the weather. So, despite the rain we departed for a long drive to Rosenheim, where King Ludwig's Palace in the middle of lake Chiesmsee is located.
Driving in Germany is a pleasure. The motorways are phenomenal, very well connected easy to enter and exit, clear signage. Not to mention the German drivers - WOW! It was exciting to ...
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 ...