As King Ludwig II of Bavaria. the Memorial of dying capitalism became… without even knowing it. Long live the King! Long live the King? He lived ever long? I mean not the sort reserved Queen Elizabeth, puritanical, modern, smart, kind and almost new age already something like a high Priestess movement, as stoically and left for the European high nobility rather unusual blue – she and Red-flowered “racial” mixing of to feed the public reproaches. How exhibit she devoted to the love and how clear it is their loved ones behind the spiritual needs…

Konsalik would invent it not better… And Rosamunde Pilcher is certainly not dared to stage… The many, many romantic marriages, which should show the people Yes almost trendsettend: look here: pomp and money are fleeting, even fame and fortune are not brazen values for which it is worth to fight – but: the love… Sigh… What a farce…

what a mockery… that precisely those Royal houses who have survived time and enjoy a popularity as probably only rarely, have opened the doors and left open… For the people… By this I don’t mean: your Castle is now a Museum and its history a Bertelsmann a buyer and its picture postcard – no! I mean: they have left their doors open for love… and… only that makes them SO endearing… Farce? No, as logically! Recently, I was with my husband at the Chiemsee. There was I no longer long. In fact the last time at a Schulasflug. Immediately, my husband and I, decided it should go to the Herreninsel. We were lucky. On this day, the last ferry and also the last guided tour of the Castle stood there just on the program… What there was us, that made me think… Very thoughtful. That was not the picture of the magnificent King Ludwig II. I wore in my memory, this was for me, anyway, the sad sight of a lonely man battling the delusions of grandeur…