After our nap, we headed downstairs to the lobby area where we met people from all over the world. We met a group of British guys, a group of Australian girls, a dive instructor from the Bahamas, a Canadian, and more. It was really incredible to sit around and share our stories with them while they shared what they had experienced on their travels. By far the most interesting story we heard was from the dive instructor when he told us how we ran with the bulls in Spain. We didn’t stay out too late, because the next day we had a big day planned.
The next morning we woke up early and headed to the border of Austria and Germany to see Neuschwanstein Castle. This is the castle that Walt Disney modeled Cinderella’s Castle after that is currently in Disney World. It was about a two-hour train ride to the location but well worth the time and energy. We actually saw another castle as well, Hohenschwangau Castle, which wasn’t as magnificent but still amazing to see. There was also a beautiful lake that we sat by and just relaxed, enjoying one of our last days in Germany.