Travel Blogs from Traunreut
Dear Friends and Family, Easy day today. Didn't go out till almost Noon and back by about 6:00. However, we still did lots of things. Our first stop was to see The Danube!! It wasn't blue today but it was still exciting to see it On our way back to the Underground, we met a lovely lady named Renatta who offered to show us "Sisi's" Church. Small in size compared to some of the others, but pretty. She was so kind. Next, we went to the Natsch Market. Fun and glad we saw ...
... hierarchy. Very fascinating...what really gets you is the true persistence of the people to stay as free as possible.
This evening we bypassed the Mozart Symphony's, the Mozart dinner and music and the concert on the fortress (guess what, Mozart!) to have drinks on the 7th floor of the Steiner hotel and dinner at the Funky Monkey!
We celebrated our 30th anniversary tonight...tomorrow is the real day but we have dinner with the ...
Dear Friends and Family,
What began as an exciting day of seeing Vienna became one of those days we will truly never forget.
We had a quiet early morning. I used the actual computer here at the Pension. It was a challenge as the keyboard has the "z" and the "y" interchanged. I guess Europeans use the "z" more than the "y"'. And then, as you might have seen, it inserted ...
... So, they transported a bus from Bavaria to Munich and we were delayed 1 hour. Then he couldn't get into the city so we had to take taxi's to him. The poor guy, he drove around the one area...I know I saw this statue that looked like a fairy at least 4 times...finally he got the right street to get the hell out of Dodge!
We took off for the Neuschwanstein Castle...the castle that ...
... the summer warmth listening to amazing music! During the night we were woken by a ginormous thunder storm that lasted about an hour with sheet lightening travelling right across the sky and big thunder claps - exciting! Luckily it completely passed by the morning and we set off in more glorious sunshine.
The following morning we visited the Salzburg Musuem before heading off towards Munich.
Lots of love,