Hotel Rothof Bogenhausen
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... It is currently the richest country in the EU and one of the driving forces behind the European dream.
My old college friend Nicky, her husband Paul and their young son Zac have been living here for some years and this is an ideal opportunity to catch up! So, we rolled out of Vienna, and after a short, four hour zoom through some beautiful alpine scenery (the hills are most certainly alive) we arrived in Munich. For our first meal, they took us to a ...
... of the big sister in me is dying to snap a picture of it to add a new collection to my "Sleeping Sibling Series" of photos I have of my siblings sleeping and do a sleeping bestie series. Anyone who knows Brittany knows how hard it is for her to not get enough sleep, but she's such a trooper :)
We board in a bit over an hour on what looks like it will be a tiny little plane. The flight is only 1h5min, so luckily, we are ALMOST there.
... by a heap of cars zooming by - they had to be doing 200kph!! After an hour's bus ride, we arrived at Lindhof Palace. This was King Ludwig's favourite palace as it was built only for him - yes a palace just to house one person. It is quite small and the rooms really are just made for one person. The dining room is filled with mirrors and a table with one chair. He liked to look at himself in the mirror while he ate. Each room is painted with 24 karat gold and over 6kg of pure gold ...
... to boarding our flight and they were doing a final boarding call now before closing it down. They had made all the announcments in french and forgotten to repeat it in English and so we had no idea! Way too much drama in one day! We are so glad we didnt miss two flights in one day!!! :-/ Anyway, we finally arrived safely in Munich at 2:45pm and made our way to the train station. The guy at the information desk there was so friendly ...
... our pedometers) or over 10 miles. This was also the
day for a Tour of the Third Reich sites - rainy afternoon perhaps even more fitting a view of such dark past of Hitler's favorite city and where the Nazi party really found its footing in the early 1920s. We visited beer halls where party functions were held - though most were destroyed during the taking of the city by Allied forces, many were reconstructed to closely resemble the