Saturday, January 19, 2008


While in Munich we took a couple of day trips. The second was to Neuschwanstein - King Ludwig's castle that was the model for the castle in Disney's Magic Kingdom. Ludwig, known as The Mad King, was brilliant and creative, and spent his fortune designing and building castles. His best known was Neuschwanstein - the new castle - which overlooked the old castle that his father had built. His advisors declared him insane and removed him from his throne before the castle was finished.

We traveled by train to a small Bavarian village at the edge of the Alps. We had some cold weather in Germany and France, but this was the only real snow that we saw. We hiked along a narrow road for a mile from the village up the hill to the castle, and the view was definitely worth the climb. The scenery was magnificent and the castle was impressive.

PS - Happy Birthday little sister - I love you.


Susie said...

Thanks! I love you back! I'm thoroughly enjoying learning about your trip...thanks for sharing. I agree with your earlier post, Taylor is a wonderful young man and a testimony to two very wonderful parents. I miss you all so much!

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