Already in the morning, it proved to be a warm day. We met early at the Munich Hauptbahnhof. Got on the train and settled down for the ride. From Bad Tölz we took a short bus ride to Blomberg. Once there, we went up the mountain with the Blombergbahn. That’s a two seater lift. We hopped onto the chair two at a time. Very soon we arrived at the top. Greeneries. Fresh air. Wonderful scenery. That was what greeted us there. We started walking towards the Blomberghaus. It was quite a bit of a walk. Along the way we saw some artfully done paintings on trees and wood carvings. We were quite hungry when we reached the restaurant. Hui Ling and family joined us at that point.

After a good and hearty lunch we split into two groups. One group took the Blombergbahn down and the other group went by Germany’s longest Sommerrodelbahn. At the bottom once again, the children were attracted by the small entertainment park. There’s a driving station where children can drive Mini-Karts and Mini-Bikes. Steffi loved the Bungee Trampolin. Where were the adults? Those who were not standing by looking after the children were at the Blombergtenne (café) having coffee and cakes. Then Hui Ling and family drove home by car while the rest of us took the bus back to the train station, which brought us back to Munich, tired but happy.

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