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Sep 11, 2012 - Neuschwanstein and Linderhof

I've had a terrible night last night. I woke up early, about 3am. I was burning up with a fever like crazy. I got the thermometer out that Ali had brought along - 39 degrees. I went to the bathroom and started trying to replenish the fluids I'd lost. Every half hour or so I'd take my temperature and it had gone down a little, but not much. I realised part of the problem was that the room was stifling hot. So, I went out and sat on the balcony with my laptop and tried to do some journal entries. I continued drinking water, and by 6am, my...

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May 9, 2012 - Schloss Linderhof

@@@@@@@ BACKGROUND I will write about our experiences in Garmisch soon, but for some general information, here are some exerts from the Lonely Planet – Germany chapter on Bavaria: Schloss Linderhof was Ludwig II’s smallest but most sumptuous palace, and the only one he lived to see fully completed. Finished in 1878, the palace hugs a steep hillside in a fantasy landscape of French gardens, fountains and follies. The reclusive king used the palace as a retreat and hardly ever received visitors here. Linderhof was inspired by Versailles and...

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May 6, 2007 - Fairytale Castles

(Tashie wrote:) We took a coach leaving Munich early in the morning. We drove for two hours in the pouring rain arriving first at the Linderhof. The Castle was exquisite - breathtaking for both of us. We were then driven to Oberammergau. - which is famous for the Passion play which is acted by the Local Bavarian communities every ten years. It rained some more... Mum was particularly excited about this but also because she had heard about it again from Judy and Janice. The next one is in 2010...any takers?? (she'll buy you lunch!!!). We...

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