On the last day, we drove back to the Konigsee area to go up Jennerbahn since our flight was at 9 in the evening so we had the entire day. We took the cable car up and down, and stopped on the way to take some photos.

 THU 23.06

 Berchtesgadener

 Jennerbahn

It was super hot that day as well, even though it was only the morning when we went up Jennerbahn, it was absolutely roasting at the top. I was quickly snapping some photos of the Alps, and trying to cover up my camera when we were walking about so it doesn't get baked under the sun. Most people get the cable car in the morning up Jennerbahn to go hiking for the entire day, which is something that I would love to do if I ever went back there again. There were also loads of cows just roaming freely along the paths, I wanted to pet some of them but I was scared that I might get trampled to death if I angered them, so I just took some photos from a safe distance lmao.

That was basically the only thing we did before we drove back to the airport. But that didn't quite end our day on the note we thought it would. Our flight was originally at 9.30 pm, and it got delayed to 11.30 pm, then the flight was changed to the next day since no flights can go out past midnight. There was even more stress because my parents' visa only lasted until the day of our original flight, so we had to go to the police department in the airport to get an extension. Everything was sorted really fast, but it was quite stressful to go through all that stuff at one o'clock in the morning. So we ended up staying at the airport until about 2.30 in the morning, whilst Easyjet was trying to book taxis and flights for the night for all the passengers. We spent about 20 euros in the airport that day on bottled water alone, I swear the price of waters in the airport is just a scam for money. Anyway, the only good thing that came out of our delayed flight was that Easyjet booked us into four-star hotels for the night. I would have totally raided the minibar if we didn't get into the hotel so late (it was around half three in the morning, the sky was literally getting lighter again). 

So that was all the stories from our trip to Germany. By the time that I have finished writing this post, it has actually been almost a month since we were there. Yeah, I took a while getting all those posts up... Anyway, see you in my next post.
On the last day, we drove back to the Konigsee area to go up Jennerbahn since our flight was at 9 in the evening so we had the entire day. We took the cable car up and down, and stopped on the way to take some photos.

 THU 23.06

 Berchtesgadener

 Jennerbahn

It was super hot that day as well, even though it was only the morning when we went up Jennerbahn, it was absolutely roasting at the top. I was quickly snapping some photos of the Alps, and trying to cover up my camera when we were walking about so it doesn't get baked under the sun. Most people get the cable car in the morning up Jennerbahn to go hiking for the entire day, which is something that I would love to do if I ever went back there again. There were also loads of cows just roaming freely along the paths, I wanted to pet some of them but I was scared that I might get trampled to death if I angered them, so I just took some photos from a safe distance lmao.

That was basically the only thing we did before we drove back to the airport. But that didn't quite end our day on the note we thought it would. Our flight was originally at 9.30 pm, and it got delayed to 11.30 pm, then the flight was changed to the next day since no flights can go out past midnight. There was even more stress because my parents' visa only lasted until the day of our original flight, so we had to go to the police department in the airport to get an extension. Everything was sorted really fast, but it was quite stressful to go through all that stuff at one o'clock in the morning. So we ended up staying at the airport until about 2.30 in the morning, whilst Easyjet was trying to book taxis and flights for the night for all the passengers. We spent about 20 euros in the airport that day on bottled water alone, I swear the price of waters in the airport is just a scam for money. Anyway, the only good thing that came out of our delayed flight was that Easyjet booked us into four-star hotels for the night. I would have totally raided the minibar if we didn't get into the hotel so late (it was around half three in the morning, the sky was literally getting lighter again). 

So that was all the stories from our trip to Germany. By the time that I have finished writing this post, it has actually been almost a month since we were there. Yeah, I took a while getting all those posts up... Anyway, see you in my next post.

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