As I got ready to head to the North of Germany, there was on more stop to make. Marienbrücke is a bridge that was built a long time ago, but modernized in 1886, when King Ludwig II built it in steel (if you look closely, you can see it in the picture above). That bridge is still standing today, and you can use it to take cool pictures of the castle:
After climbing several hundred feet from Marienbrücke, there was a cliff overlooking the castle again. I quickly spliced together a (rough) video explanation for the castle:
Afterwards, I stopped into the charming town of Fussen, home to Kloster Sankt Mang Füssen (also known as Fussen Abbey). It was founded in the first half of the 9th century, and is well over 1000 years old!
Today was my last day in Fussen. Tomorrow, I head up to Nuremburg and Burg Colmburg. Stay tuned for more updates!