Having left Schloss Linderhof behind us, we made our way to Oberammergau. Was it because of the car or the quality of the road we drove on, the journey was very pleasant.
“German precision and quality,” came the reply from GC (brother-in-law). He is into cars and all that, so I think his opinion is better than mine. There were only a few cars on the road and even fewer when we left the main road to enter the town of Oberammergau.
It was a Saturday, the town was very quiet. Almost all of the shops were closed, we were probably the only visitors around. The GPS took us on a wrong turn but it wasn’t too hard to find our way around. We parked at the Sankt Peter und Paul church and proceed to explore the town on foot.
Lüftlmalerei. Which came out sounding like a common tropical infection from where I come from
“What is the town famous for?” my mom asked.
“Well, basically for the Lüftlmalerei,” which came out more like a common tropical infection from where we came from. What I meant was the frescoes on the wall among some of the houses and business establishments throughout the town.