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... all looks so good. And of course there is beer.
This is a very pedestrian friendly community. The sidewalks are wide enough so they can have a walking lane and a bike lane. We could learn something from this. The bikes never have to worry about getting hit by a car :) And they are friendly bikers, if you are in their way, you won' hear them yell "On the right", they simply ring their bicycle bell to let you know they are passing.
... no hold ups with traffic to our hotel. And only cost €16 for a 20 min journey. Feeling more respectful prices already. Ha!! Check in uncomplicated & room lovely despite the area not very pretty & out of city centre. After a late late lunch & Greg having a large Heinekin beer we went for a walk in the sunshine which was lovely. Found a park that had a cemetery within it. (as seen in photos). Photos won't be as ...
... time! This evening we went to see an English screening of Frankenstein by National Theatre Live and starring Benedict Cumberbatch. We tried to take the train but something fairly major happened that closed the line so we piled like sardines onto the tram instead. The play was excellent but confronting, a very creepy take on the original story that questions ethics and rights. Then it was time for bed after an awesome, long day! Today was ...
... The doctor told security to stay behind, as there would be no trouble. Both their bodies were found in the lake later that day.
There are many theories behind what happened, the official reason being Ludwig murdered his doctor then commuted suicide.
One of the other plausible theories was Ludwig had a boat waiting to pick him up, so he killed the doctor and climbed in this boat, but was soon shot by guards.
Modern day science could solve the ...
... he couted and
we're queens in there. Then we took the tram no 17 back to change to
tram 27 at Karsplatz station. This will take us to the last stop on 27
northbound at Puetrling. It was raining but we took our chance to see if
we could make it to the BMW musem (BMW Welt). We made it at 5pm. They were only closing at 6pm.
Entrance was steep at 9 EUR each, but we'll worth it. The musuem was
well laid out starting from what they did in 1916 to now, ...