Germany 2013

site rencontre vtt I went to Germany with my parents when I was a kid and wasn’t too impressed except for the medieval town of Rothenburg. But when Christopher was sent to Dornstadt for work training, and I found out that Ulm, the town he would be staying at, was where Einstein was born, and that Neuschwanstein Castle was nearby, I jumped at the chance to see this castle that’s been on my bucket list that I never thought I’d be able to go to.

click this Germany proved to be magical, wonderful and amazing this time around. Ulm was incredible with its cathedral and Einstein monuments. Munich was a fun Bavarian town with the original Hof Brau. And Neuschwanstein Castle and it’s neighboring Hohenschwangau Castle were even more beautiful and inspiring than I’d ever imagined.

Click This Link I rented a car and drove around (the Autobahn is awesome!) by myself so that I could go on day trips to places farther away. I got to see the Johannes Kepler Museum in the house he lived in, the peaceful and lovely spa town of Baden-Baden (on the border of the Black Forest),  and the outside and lobby of the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart. I also revisited Rothenburg and there was way more to it than I remembered. My article regarding this trip is at: Science Fiction/San Francisco: Issue 145 – My Storybook Adventure in Southern Germany (starts on p. 28)

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