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This morning we weren't all that unhappy to leave the sheridan arabella in munich as we weren't wearing the correct clothing, black cloth and head gear. We headed off to the castle of Neuschwanstein ( the castle they use in the beginning of Walt Disney ). Was good but guess what we have done the abc and not likely see another, they are beautiful but not our thing. Had lunch at ...
... and with snow. At one point Scarlett counted 26 'waterfalls' on one stretch of road. The roads here are good, easy driving. We're halfway to Nenzing, our next stop - it is Austria/Leichenstein boarder (rather than Switzerland) but Leichenstein is tiny so we'll pass through on our next leg. Looking for a lunch stop - where's those Golden Arches? .......we've arrive now and I've paid my €5 for internet access - seems ok. You may wonder why the big M is ...
I arrived two days too early, so I booked a little hotel. Prices are quite high, for two nights it is no problem, but I started to be worried about the rest of my stay in Österreich. Well, time to think and plan. My hostel had a very original concept: in fact it was a four bedroom apartment! At the front door you type in a code, and click, a box opens and your magnetic keycard is available, it opens the front door of the building, the door of the apartment on the second floor, and your ...
Normal get up and walk around Telfes and Fulpmes - if you could call walking through the most stunning scenery 'normal' :) We enjoyed a lovely coffee this morning on our walk at the Cafe Konditorei, before returning to the Taylor's and just catching up. Much planning was underway to organise the trip to the cycling race/event this weekend, with all of us leaving tomorrow for Germany. This truly was a rest day as Sue even had a midday nap. It was a day of ...
... the student said she was majoring in materials science with emphasis in metals, we had to go over and chat. Alanna had finished a masters at UC-Berkeley and was interning in Europe before starting her PhD program in Florida. She seemed sharp and I wished her and her family good luck.
We changed trains in Rosenheim, and thought of our inebriated friend from the Salzburg trip. We didn't see him. Our second class seats put Chris ...