Romantik Zur Post Fuerstenfeldbruck
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... a late lunch we headed back to Munich where Jackey and Edward headed back to the hotel and Samson and I finished off our gift shopping!
A light snack dinner in our room before Edward, Samson and I headed out for a last beer at the Hofbrauhaus.
Crikey, we've covered just short of 1,300 Kms in the car and seen lots of places. I'm so glad I decided to hire a car; we managed to make the very most of our time here. A big thanks to my colleague Harald who ...
... to the second castle, Linderhof. Mad King Ludwig II was fixated on Louis IV of France, and built Linderhof to be a mini-Versailles. Dear Friends, if you can imagine it, I think
Linderhof out-ornates, out-Baroques, and out-Rococos Versailles. And that is no small feat. I’m a minimalist and it was a lot too much for me. I don’t know how you’d ever sleep with all the ornate decoration covering every ...
... a Chicago style restaurant nearby and had a beer. We sat at the bar next to another American. He was eager to talk, he was on a ten hour layover between DC and Johannesburg, South Africa. He was going to Africa to complete a requirement for his MBA program. The restaurant was quite an experience, there was sand on the floor and, since there were only two of us, we were sat at the end of a long table full of german men. They were quite friendly ...
... we wanted two nights; we finally booked one at Colors, which is a pizzeria with rooms upstairs. It was cheap because we had to share a bath but, luckily, there was no one with whom to share it. Supper was huge and tasty: peas, spinach, crab cakes, shrimp, mixed vegetables and bread.
Wednesday, October 2
On the bus to ...
... they were given the option of having their loved ones ashes sent to them in an urn. At the back of all of the buildings there were fields of yellow flowers which if you didn't know where you were looked peaceful and nice. If you have ever seen the boy in striped pyjamas that's what the back of the areas looked like. Walking further through the building with the incineration rooms was a massive room with black stone and written in the stone in white were the names of all the ...