We took the train to Fussen, located in Bavaria, Germany, just north of the Austrian border. That's where the castles were that we wanted to see. It's such a quaint little city, it looks exactly how I imagined a German town would look.
On our way to breakfast before we go see the castles. Matt and daughter Dorothy, I love this picture. She is quite the little traveler, tags right along and keeps up with the rest of us, no complaints.
We had breakfast in a little bakery and I couldn't help taking a picture of this gentleman dressed in traditional Bavarian clothes, that they still wear:)
We were on our way up to a bridge that overlooks Neuschwanstein Castle, which was the castle King Ludwig II was building for himself to live in, he moved in before it was completely finished but never got to live in it for more than 8 months. They found his body near a river at age 40, and his death still remains a mystery.
This replica sat just outside the gift shop, at least I got a picture of the whole thing.
Next I will share with you Germany's version of Elf on a Shelf:)