Hambacher Schloss

Good evening (early morning).

I know it’s early and I should be sleeping but I am annoyed that my computer is not working and I am trying to fix it before I go to sleep! I have been back in forth between Munich and Mannheim the past couple of weekends and have really enjoyed my time in this part of Germany (it’s really beautiful). I got to see the leaves on the grape trees before they turned into brown lifeless paper.

Aside from drinking wine and listening to good music on the weekend ;D We traveled to Hambacher Schloss, it’s nowhere near as beautiful as Neuschwanstein BUT it’s cute  and makes for a wonderful day trip! PLUS the castle gets a lot of brownie points because you can dress up in “clothes from the people of that time”. I almost peed myself laughing so hard!

I will add more photos once my computer starts working again BUT until then, my iphone photos will have to suffice. I hope yall have a wonderful rest of the week and happy humpday.

 

❤ Hayley

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2 thoughts on “Hambacher Schloss

  1. Let me quote that just in case you do not know that:

    “Since May 1832, when the flag with the German national colours of black, red and gold first fluttered on the Kastanienberg near Neustadt, the Hambacher Schloss has come to stand for the cradle of German democracy. The new permanent exhibition entitled “Hinauf, hinauf zum Schloss!” (Up and onwards to the castle!) presents a very vivid display of the events around the Hambacher Festival of 1832 with plenty of links to the present day.”

    I hope you enjoyed your stay at the Hambacher Schloss, in my neighborhood!

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