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Naturally as part of a drive through Germany i was going to visit a car manufacturer or museum. The BMW concern has two musea dedicated to the Marque. One is the actual museum where they store and show various models from their lineup while the other show room has all their current models on show. Most of them were open and the visitors are welcomed to sit in the machine of ...
... lunch we ride on the Alpine slide. The adrenaline thrill ends up being an anticlimactic event due to a snail driver in front. We are treated to a magic show by our tour guide and planned to do a beautiful walk through a gorge and waterfall. As our glück (luck) would have it the track is closed for the first time ever in summer. There had been a large rock fall earlier in the day. Instead we hike ...
... to "Frankfurt am Main (Süd)". Of course. So we found a metro and still managed to get off on the wrong stop, however, we did eventually find our way to Hotel Novum Primus Frankfurt. Again we were pleasantly surprised by the room, a large enough bathroom even to do a bit of laundry. Other than a spectacular skyline we didn't expect much from Frankfurt. So when we wandered around our neighborhood for dinner we were happy to discover narrow alleys full ...
... a Neapolitan ice cream for dessert. Now we're on the famous autobahn. No speed limits! The cars are definitely speeding along. Chris would like this part. There are a lot of BMW, Mercedes, VW, and Audi cars. I've also spotted a few Aldi stores. Were going to check into our hotel here pretty soon. Then tonight were going to a famous beer garden. These Germans are supposed to be really into their beer gardens. So ...
... of gold had been used through this castle). Once we finished the tour we made our way to the garden, which was truly beautiful, in spite of the various Baroque elements that seemed to appear at regular intervals.
Before going to the Neuschwanstein castle, we made a shopping stop at Oberammergau, a lovely little town famous for its wood carving and airing of the passion play. The Passion Play is the result of a vow made by the inhabitants of ...
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- Swimming pool
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