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In the morning we leave the dogs snoozing in the van and catch U Bahn to Konigsplatz to see the Glyptothek museum of ancient Greek and Roman statuary. Fascinating with really good audio guide for Patrick. Back to campsite for late lunch and to collect dogs and trikes for trip to Englischer Garten to meet the troops for a picnic in the Biergarten. Cycle on path beside the Isar right into the centre of the Englischer Garten parking by the famous chinese pagoda modelled ...
... area, currently showing Rolls Royce - the picnic hampers had to be seen to be believed.
We then crossed the airbridge to BMW Welt, the home of all the current models plus motor bikes you could sit on for pics etc, so of course we did. This was not actually as interesting as the museum, but this area was free so we wandered for a while then went for an ice cream - 30+° and its not the only thing melting!
... and green, with many beautiful lakes and picturesque towns. It took about 2 hours to get to Neuschwanstein (NOYSH-wan-steen). We
took a shuttle bus up to a bridge across a gorge with a perfect view of the castle. Everyone took a bunch of pictures, then walked down a few minutes to the castle courtyard. It’s quite the controlled chaos: hundreds of people each day tour the castle, especially on a sunny Saturday. ...
... and the Beast' by Disney was modeled basked on this castle. The road in the town was cleared of the snow but everywhere else the snow was up to 3 feet high so you can image it was pretty cold up there. Nonetheless, we thoroughly enjoyed the trip.
6. Dachau Concentration Camp - We visited Sachsenhausen concentration camp in Berlin so we know the history of the concentration camps but this one had a lot more information about the life of prisoners in the ...
... it is dedicated to "Our Lady". We viewed the headstones on the side of the church (stele) and saw that the dates were from the 1700s. Such history even if this church was completely destroyed in WW II, as was all of the center of Munich. Walking inside we were in for a treat as the children's choir was practicing for their Christmas program, probably for Midnight mass on Christmas eve. They were exceptional!
This church is a 15th century ...