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... street but once out of the terminal we quickly found our hotel, St Gottard, which was very close to the train station. We checked in, found a bar on the street and then headed back into the hotel for dinner and bed. Nice day of travelling and Zurich looks like a pretty city, reminds me of Melbourne a bit too. Trams in the city center and lots of trees around, something we didn't see much of in ...
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 ...
... is a 10-minute walk uphill to see Hohenschwangau, and a longer 1-mile hike straight up to see Neuschwanstein. (Though note that the town doesn't hesitate to separate you from your money at any opportunity, offering a 5 euro horse and carriage ride up the hill. This is fine for the riders, but rather nasty for us walkers left in the horse's ****-wake) Visiting the castle interiors is is a bit of a forced march, however- visitors are ...
... are relatively small, I still found myself covering long distances via 3-4 hour drives. This of course is made a bit longer when stops are involved, such as the one we made at a gas station in the little stretch of Austria we crossed into in order to pick up a Picklr…a tag required on all vehicles by the country as part of an environmental tax. I entered into the station shop and to my surprise I was greeted by hardwood floors, a ...
... As the court finances dwindled, Ludwig's lunacy increased, culminating in his being told, at age 40, by his physician that he would be recommending that Ludwig be removed from the throne on grounds of insanity. Two days later, both the physician and Ludwig were found mysteriously drowned in the Starnbergsee.
The day ended with a visit to the greatest example of Rococo decoration in all of Germany...the wonderful Wieskirche...the "Church in the ...