After spending a week in Munich (more details about that trip coming SOON, I swear), my mom and I wanted to get out of the city and do a day trip to somewhere new. We decided to go to Neuschwanstein Castle (the famous castle that inspired Cinderella’s Castle at Walt Disney World) because it’s only a couple hours train ride from Munich, but after speaking with a receptionist at the train station in Munich, she informed us that there was not a wheelchair accessible train that went to Neuschwanstein. I was pretty sad about this news at first because I had been looking forward to seeing the castle in person since the time that we arrived in Germany, but instead of letting that ruin our day, we just asked the lady where could we go that was accessible. Without any hesitation, she said Salzburg, Austria. We really didn’t know anything about Salzburg, other than the fact that The Sound of Music was filmed there, but we said yes and hopped on the train immediately. After an hour and a half of traveling through the beautiful countryside, we arrived and were ready to explore Salzburg in a wheelchair.
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