This made for a tired crew trying to navigate the subway and the then the train to Fussen. Between us we had 12 bags and they weighed over 300 pounds, easily. And a little girl who wanted to be held and a little boy who wanted to be a helper but couldn't quite figure out how to maneuver the suitcase on a cobblestone road.
Our hotel in Fussen was really beautiful and I truly wish we could've stayed longer (they squeezed us in since we lost our reservations with our lack of visas earlier in the week and they only had room for us for one night). We ate in the main city center and all of us were asleep by 8. We were exhausted.
|Our hotel: Hotel Wiedemann. |
That's our room on the tip top right of the peak (4th floor),
with the flowers hanging over the balcony.
|View from our balcony of the Alps|
|Oakes kept calling it Big Ben|
|The lovely town of Fussen.|
|Oakes was intrigued by the statue and asked "Did it used to be a person?" This was an unprompted hug for the little girl statue from him.|
|And this was Wren, copying him and cheesing it up.|
Today we are in Munich. We took the noon train - it's a two hour ride - and our hotel is just a few blocks from the station. We became travel-smart (I think the sleep helped) and used the luggage lockers at the train station to hold about 3/4 of our luggage making our walk to the hotel manageable.
|All of these are ours. |
Plus a few more bags that were on the top luggage rack. Plus two kids.