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  • Connie Budin

    Hello Winter Wonderland - Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany.

  • Cynthia Baguskas

    Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany, love this place, fairy tale all the way

  • Casa Jacaranda

    Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany #winterwonderland

  • kayla bickel

    Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, the model of Walt Disneys' Sleeping Beauty Castle--- One of the best places I've seen :)

  • Stephanie Huff

    Neuschwanstein castle, Bavaria, Germany Love this place and it looks even more magical with snow! I want to go back!

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snow. So beautiful! ! Why do we dislike snow. Well, I love it when I don't have to drive anywhere. I love it when I can do some reading! Knitting, cross stitch, get the idea? I love the peaceful feeling it gives me . Everything is so clean, Friends. Families are happy ! I guess, we like snow !

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