After going up to the top of the Zugspitze, Chris was ready to go home. But there was still so much more to see and do! So, after a "heated discussion" we plugged in Plansee Lake into our GPS and off we went! Happy wife is a happy life right? Ha. Turns out I should have listened to Chris and gone home. Read on.
Lake Plansee is an extraordinary body of water.
It is idyllically located between the ridges of the Zwiesel and Spießberg mountains and at the very end it merges into lake Heiterwanger See.
It ranks among the cleanest lakes of Tyrol (grade A quality).
Lake Plansee is a true paradise for surfers, divers, sailors, snorkelers, swimmers, and people who don't do any of those things, like me!
I can just imagine all the fun we'd have at a family reunion here.
Last stop: Linderhof Palace!
What is it about vines that I love so much? The texture and patterns? I dunno, but I love them so!
Imagine our surprise when we ran into our friends, the Burninghams! We ate lunch together and then did the tour together. It was nice to have friends and others with young kids. We ate currywurst and brats with fries for lunch.
Kinda creepy statue! Out in the middle of nowhere!
Beautiful fall day and lovely Bavarian buildings.
Linderhof Palace is in southwest Bavaria. It is the smallest of the three palaces built by King Ludwig II and the only one which he lived to see completed.
I'm not going to go into details because we have to come back because, see, everything is covered up and closed down for the winter!
Waahhhhh! Should have listened to Chris and gone home.
Even so, we decided to go on the tour so next time we can skip the tour and cover all the grounds.
Can't wait to see this when all the gold statues are uncovered!
Swans! For all the "schwans" we've seen this trip!