All posts tagged: Bavaria

A Murder of Crows and Mad King Ludwig …

Mad King Ludwig’s castle shrouded in mist the sky ominous, gloomy the sun invisible heavy grey clouds hug the mountains raindrops pelt this fairytale castle. The secrets, the questions, the rumors, the mysterious death, the demise, of King Ludwig intriguing to this day. Did he really and truly descend […]

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In Ulm, um Ulm und um Ulm herum …

We couldn’t just visit a German city with a simple name! NO! We had to go see the tongue twister city! Ulm is situated in Southern Germany, almost half way between Stuttgart and Munich, right on the bank of the river Danube. My sister and […]

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Ein Prosit der Gemütlichkeit

Our last day in Germany brought us to Munich, from where we were scheduled to fly to Southern France the following morning.  Once we arrived at the train station and secured our luggage in a locker, we were headed towards downtown. A wide pedestrian walkway right across from […]

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Kaffeetrinken in Oberammergau

The day we visited the castles of Mad King Ludwig, we also stopped in Oberammergau. This small Bavarian town looks like it comes straight from the pages of a fairytale book. Oberammergau is surrounded by mountains, green forests and meadows. The day we were there […]

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Visiting the Wieskirche

Our recent trip also took us to Germany, where my sister and brother-in-law not only were the most wonderful hosts imaginable, but also took us to see some of Bavaria’s beautiful sights. One day, we drove through parts of the Bavarian Alps, along the road which lead […]

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