Every Thursday, I will be posting a photo from my travels and a spotlight on the location. Today’s Spotlight Thursday is from Neuschwanstein Castle in Hohenschwangau, Germany. I looked at going by myself but found that it was cheaper to take the tour down there. I decided to take the Neuschwanstein Castle Small Group Day Tour from Munich. I meet my tour guide at the train station in Munich. The guide named David handled all the transportation and tickets to Neuschwanstein.
Colorado is a state known for many things. The diverse landscape changes from the plains of the Midwest into the Rocky Mountains. Most of the population lives in the land along the Front Range of the Rockies. During college, I spent 3 months living and exploring this great state and currently I am living in Fort Collins and using the time to explore. Here is my Colorado Bucket List.
The sun is barely above the horizon and I am packing up my campsite in Badlands National Park, South Dakota. I need to get a move on if I want to get a ticket for the Delta 01 launch facility Site tour. Delta 01 is part of the Minuteman National Historical Site. Minuteman National Historic Site preserves a Cold War minuteman missile launch facility and Delta 09 silo.
Every Thursday, I will be posting a photo from my travels and a spotlight on the location. Today’s Photo Thursday is from my trip to the Roman Bath in Bath England, United Kingdoms. I had planned to spend a couple of days in Bath but due to an interview I had to cut my trip short. I took a three-hour bus trip from London to Bath. I used Megabus since all the National Express Buses were full. Megabus did a great job and got me to Bath on time. Once in Bath, I dropped my stuff off at my hostel and went to the Bath Visitor Center. I decide to save time by purchasing one of the multiple venue pass to bypass the line for the Roman Bath. It was only a couple of extra Pounds. It was worth it to skip the two-hour line. I took about 4 hours to tour the Roman Baths and exploring the history.
The city of Munich is known worldwide for its annual Oktoberfest. Munich is more than just a city to drink beer in. It is steeped in history. Munich has been the seat of power of the Bavaria since the 1200s. For centuries, Munich was the home to House of Wittelsbach which was one of the longest ruling houses in Europe. After World War I, the city would play a role in the Nazi’s rise to power. It earned its place in the horrors of World War II. After WWII, the city was occupied by the US and rebuilt.