Romantik Zur Post Fuerstenfeldbruck
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... asking them to hook up out tent site electricity only to have them ask us for our special plug that all of Europe uses at campgrounds to attach to the power... Like trying to ask where things are and what the food is on the menu. Sometimes it is a bit of an advantage to stand out so that folks automatically try to help you and expect you to be alittle clueless!! Oh well- we'll figure it all out. ...
... as I was trying to decline a marriage proposal from a *****ian businessman, who also rapped his apparent love for me. Made me all nostalgic of the Angolan in the Frankfurt train station, asking me to elope with him to Paris at the very beginning of our travels. Clearly, I seem to attract a certain type. Sche pointed out it was going to be a very short marriage, what with me leaving Europe the next day and all. Together, we managed to ...
... looking forward to some food, that wasn't pretzel! anyways some of the other guys ended up in the courtyard, where they had a live Bavarian band playing, so a group of us went up and sat in there! it was the best atmosphere, there were families, old guys, young guys, locals and tourists alike, all grazing in the sun with pork knuckles and steins! it as just nice to be enjoy their atmosphere and beer, out of the beer halls! the Monks at the monastery brew all their own beer ...
... and introduced us to Bavaria's royal family - warts and all. Warts is quite an accurate description, given one King has had the development of an STD traced back to him! Late in the afternoon, we met with our tour guide Tomi (from Slovakia) and our tour group:
- Michael and Sally from Melbourne
- Gayle from Sydney
- Rae ...
We got out of our hotel in Fussen as quickly as possible as we had heard that the lines ups could get quite long at Neushwanstein and Hohenschwangau Castles. We arrived just around 9:00 and were at the base on Hohenschwangau Castle for our 9:55 tour. The first castle was where King Ludwig grew up and spent the majority of his life. The site of the castle is from the 11th century and has been destroyed many ...