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... the cool mountain air on our faces and vistas of immense rock and tree make a 2 hour drive fly right by. We zipped past pastured fields, through bucolic little towns, and up and down steep inclines, as steep as 25%. Our first stop was The Eagle's Nest in Obersalzburg, Berchtesgaden's even higher in altitude neighbour. The Eagle's Nest is a large stone cottage built atop Kehlstein mountain. It was constructed by the Nazi Party as a gift for Hitler on his 50th birthday. Sitting ...
... chime at 5pm which was amazing! We also managed to find some free wi-if (we don't have access to any where we are staying) and sort out our next couple of days. Tomorrow were going to Stuttgart, on Monday we will have a free tour of Munich and on Tuesday we will go see the Neuschvanstein castle. All tickets pre-booked (except for the trains)! Oh and we found out very quickly today that it is absolutely vital ...
On our way to Garmisch Partinkirchen, we decided to jump off the train in Munich and spend a night there. Yes we know you cannot spend just one night in Munich, but Carmen was adamant... she wanted to take me to the world famous Hofbrauhaus where she had some ...
... the repair shop, Mr. Rieger. We parked by Rieger’s shop and saw they had a red carpet set up for us as well as champagne and snacks. It was moving to say the least. Johannes was overcome with joy. As one would imagine after 2.5 months away from family and friends, it was an emotional reception. Immigration at the airport was the most relaxing of the trip, as the immigration officials didn’t bother to meet us. A form ...
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- Munich Tourist Info: http://www.muenchen.de/int/en/tourism.h tml