Hotel Garni Schlossblick
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... than the outside. It is unfinished, as poor King Ludwig II died mysteriously of drowning aged 41 having only spent 170-something days in the completed areas of his dream castle which had taken sixteen years to build. The throne room has no throne, and areas where other rooms and terraces were to be added are clearly visible, with doors leading to sheer drops outside instead of their planned destinations. The furniture ...
... I made it for our first leg of about 20mins before crisis struck and I had to get off to venture above ground immediately. There was still nearly an hour to go to get to Heathrow. Thankfully the stop I chose, South Kensington, was a very familiar one and I knew once I got to street level exactly where the public amenities were along with Starbucks and Pret. Adriana, Maria, and Isil stayed on the train and continued ...
... was a department right up my street called weight and measures. I surfaced about 4hours later and made my way to a meeting spot back in Munich central to meet the women folk. We lunched in a beer hall and dinned later in a beer hall, so all in all a great day. Just after 3pm on Friday 16th and we have pulled out from Garmisch for our return trip to Munich, amazed at what little snow is here, ...
... just spinning and they weren't moving anymore.
At this point we really wished we had snow chains! We kept going anyway and pulled over at a servo to see if they sold them (no luck) so we kept going. It was mostly on the Autobahn the rest of the way so we figured it should be fine. We then encountered what is known here as a Stau - basically a huge traffic jam which backs up for ages. The road was very snowy and ...
After a very big breakfast at the hotel buffet, (Dan & Clint took the 'all you can eat breakfast' to its limits)
we were back in the car for our last day on Germany's gorgeous Romantic Road.
I had secured the seat upfront next to my man.The sun was shining, we had meatloaf playing, the landscape was ever changing, but always so beautiful. We could see the Alps starting to appear in the distance. I was beginning to get the 'Romantic' in the road.