we left germany on a good note by having a picnic lunch in the park at the foot of the tegelberg mountain in schwangau. several of us went for a ride on the park’s luge course barrelling down the stainless steel track on a wheeled bobsled. it felt great to be like a kid again.
from schwangau, we headed to salzburg, austria, the birthplace of wolfgang amadeus mozart. the drive took about six hours. it included a 45-minute break for the driver and the much-needed bathroom relief for the rest of us at a motorway service station.
located on top of the hill overlooking the village, it was built by king ludwig ii of bavaria as a personal refuge and in honor of his favorite composer, richard wagner.
romantics long for eternal love. for mere mortals like us, however, it’s not in the cards. come to think of it, this isn’t really bad as we tend to appreciate something more when it doesn’t last. the best way to love somebody then is to realize that it will end.
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