The day we visited the Neuschwanstein Castle was another of my favorite days in Germany. From our hotel, we had a guided tour that took us up to this gorgeous castle, once built for King Ludwig of Bavaria. You can read more about the castle HERE.
Disneyworld's Cinderella Castle was designed after this castle. Of course, the PERFECT 72 degrees and sunny weather we had made the castle that much more beautiful.
The view from the front of the castle looks like a postcard.
Here we are at the top of the castle.
With a view like this, I can see why King Ludwig picked this spot for his castle!
At the bottom of the long walk down you can see the yellow castle that King Ludwig crew up in. He built the larger castle above it so he could watch over this yellow one.
In between those 2 rocks way over there is a small bridge with people on it. You can walk across it and take photos of the castle in the distance. I walked about a third of the way across it, ad made the mistake of looking down. Feeling queasy...and being afraid of heights didn't help...I quickly scurried back to the side of the bridge.
At the bottom of the castle, we had lunch in the restaurant behind us.
Tomorrow I can show you are few photos of our day in Frankfurt. Stay tuned....