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... on bag, a camera bag and my handbag. We looked like we were moving in permanently. It was then finally time to say goodbye to Bruce and hand him back over to his owners. Once in the apartment it took us only ten minutes for stuff to be everywhere. After living in a car for 2 months it was great to be able to move about and get to our stuff easily. After two loads of washing and a good shower we felt much better. The next few ...
... this pass and stopped on a number of occasions to take in
the scenery. Just where they got the idea that the Alps would be getting loads
of snow this week i do not know as there was next to no snow to be seen the
As I got higher the temp fell and at one point I was tempted to stop and
put on my one piece rainsuit which might be thin but oh boy it keeps in the
As I reach the summit of this magical road its way down to 8 Celsius and ...
... the bridge, where many of the iconic pictures of the castle are taken from. I was so excited I practically ran onto this bridge which was a little more rickety than I would have liked but I was out there for a while anyway! The castle was magnificent- it was stunning against the background of the mountains. I could have stayed there all day, and would have been happy.
After taking some photos, we walked to the castle. It was even bigger than I could've ever imagined! We ...
Up and about at 7am and after some brekky we took a taxi to Hauptbahnhof (Central Station), where we started our tour to King Ludwig's castle. It is believed this castle is the idea behind Walt Disney's Snow White castle. The castle is quite a way out of Munich so off we go. First onto a train with our guide and our 7 other tour people, all English speaking, good start! We were on the first train for about 15 mins and then we were all ushered off and onto another train for about ...
... lunch menu), then headed back to Munich on the 2pm train. Thanks to random German railway work, our 2-hour train ride home became 3.5 when the engineer realized the tracks were closed. We transferred to another train....to a bus...to another train. To say the adventure lacked German efficiency is most certainly an understatement.
Tomorrow we pack up early and head to Salzburg and Vienna for Sound of Musicking and Sacher-torte-eating.