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... l walked around the outside of Abbey however we couldn't get inside as it isn't opened until May. We did see some monks but it would have been better to see the cloisters. The abbey is enormous and it is hard to believe that it has been here so many years ago.
We have been very lucky with the weather so far with cold mornings (about 2) and beautiful sunny blue skies during the day. It actually reached 18 degrees ...
... out of Fussen.
-Everything in europe looks better than in the US. The buildings, the cities, the clothing, the people, all of it
-Grandma, you were right about st. patrick's day. I think the parade they were doing on saturday in munich was for st patrick's day. They must've wanted to do it on the weekend so more people could attend. I heard about the parade and assumed that the holiday was that ...
... is the suburban train. Germany has the least confusing train-labeling system yet.
Took the u-bahn to BMW World. BMW's world headquarters are in munich. The headquarters building is located near the bmw museum and bmw world. BMW world is basically a huge showcase for BMW vehicles (along with Mini, which I always thought was a british automaker). Drooled on the Mini Countryman, one of my favorite cars. Left BMW world, went to a large outdoor market, ...
Amazing! King Ludwig II was crazy but he has an amazing castle that was made for him. The weather was not the best but the castle was impressive non the less. Went inside but no pictures of course. For it's massive size the castle is not finished! King Ludwig died (possibly murdered) before it was finished so they stopped production. Beautiful view that I will alway ...
... flowing under the path. It was definitely a big tourist destination there were more people speaking English than German! On the way down we stopped for lunch and then headed on our way for Austria.
By this point the snow was very heavy and some roads were starting to get buried. We managed to reset the GPS to stop taking us through little towns and the main roads weren't too bad. The drive was supposed ...