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... Run auf Tickets sein.
170€ für einen Stehplatz find ich zwar ziemlich sportlich, aber ab und zu darf man sich auch etwas gönnen - dafür darf er dann aber auch gerne 4 Stunden spielen ;)
Frag sich nur für welches Konzert ich jetzt versuche ein Ticket zu bekommen - meine Reiseroute steht ja noch nicht so wirklich fest ;)
Aber jetzt höre ich mich erstmal in die Alben rein!
... end and sure enough I did.
I followed a sign saying “Hotel open” and sure enough it was open. By the time I parked up in the car park the temp gauge was reading -1 and I was frozen. As I walked into the hotel entrance hall the heat just hit me!! It was like walking into an oven but was a great feeling.
This hotel looked great but when told it will cost me 160 euro for a single room I decided I was not that desperate and can certainly go ...
... relief. This was the last few kilometers on our bikes. We were extra cautious as we turned into Michael’s driveway and safely parked our bikes in his garage – our riding adventure was over.
Michael and Elke met us just as we were walking inside and both gave us a huge hug, they were happy we had arrived safely. They then told us to quickly have a shower and jump in the spa, which we did without being told twice.
The spa was wonderful; we ...
... was a small pond in the middle with a boat in the shape of a swan. If he wanted to, he could be towed around in the boat while listening to his favourite operas. The grotto was one of the first places to get electricity in the region, around 1901, in order to operate the multi-coloured stage lights. We were beginning to see why Ludwig II had earned the nickname "mad" King Ludwig.
After the grotto we headed over to see some of the smaller ...
... set designer and secondly by an architect. Only Linderhof castle was actually completed, as he died before the other castles were finished. Since he had so many outstanding debts to the state, the castles were not continued after his death. Towards the end of his life, Ludwig II became a recluse and started living at night and sleeping during the day. Ludwig II was declared unfit to rule several days before he and his doctor were found drowned in lake; no one is sure ...