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... closet somewhere, was found in 1738 to be weeping. A priest was called to verify the miracle, and an immense, ornate, overwhelming church was built. (Guidebooks say it is exuberant, colorful and joyful!). While worth seeing, and pausing for a few moments to light a candle for all our loved ones, the thirty minutes there was enough. Our stair-weary legs and feet were happy to head back to our hotel in Austria. We got out of the bus about 500 meters (1/3 ...
... to see. The crematorium--really a factory for murdering people--was hard to visit. There are memorials established by various religions, and markers for gravesite and execution sites. But there is also a statue to "the unknown prisoner," which subtly portrays a man in prison garb in a posture that seemed a little odd at first--he stands at ease, one wooden-shod foot in front of the other, hands in his pockets, looking off and up. Our guide explained that at morning and evening ...
... expletive deleted). There was a hang glider riding the rising air currents, and he flew around very close the whole time we were there. The view is incredible. When the 101st Airborne division entered here, they looted the building, chipping away at the marble mantle over the fireplace, and cutting up the expensive and huge Japanese carpet given to Hitler by Germany. They took anything which wasn't nailed down, and had a huge party, having ...
... castle and spans a deep gorge through which a rushing river and small waterfalls flow. It was very beautiful and provided great views of the castle. We had a picnic lunch, hiked down the hill and started our drive to Linkenheim. We made it to the Herrmann home in time to go out for dinner with the whole family (except Matthias). We stayed up late having apple kuchen, playing Andreas' card game and ...
From Fussen north to Wurtzburg is what all call the German Romantic Road. It is thus because of the wealth, power, culture, architecture and art generated during medieval times and beyond. The road moves through Bavaria north into Baden Wurttemberg. We met several couples in our camps at night who came to Germany to visit only this.
The first huge thing to see is King Ludwigs Castle which is supposed to be the model ...