Travel Blogs from Mittenwald, Germany

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don't forget your mittenwald, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

don't forget your mittenwald

A travel blog entry by teambortzfield

Today we awoke early to catch the train to Mittenwald, the most charming Bavarian town according to Rick Steves. We arrived at 9:30 and found it to be the sleepiest Bavarian town as only a handful of shops were open. We took the train back towards Munich ...

Lederhosen and Dirndls, Sausages and Beer, Munich/Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Lederhosen and Dirndls, Sausages and Beer

A travel blog entry by haveyouseenher

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... nbsp; After waiting a whole day for luggage left in London (why did we pay extra to fly BA??), Dan and I took the train to Mittenwald in the Bavarian Alps for a couple of days of getting over jetlag. We stayed at the Hotel Alpenrose, a lovely, old hotel ...

Mountains and Monasteries, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Mountains and Monasteries

A travel blog entry by harrellrl

... He is pointing to a wound on his leg, almost as if saying, "Look at my owie!" I also browsed through "beautiful downtown Mittenwald" - all three or four blocks of it. The town's setting with the Karwendel range in the background is stunning. The pictures ...

Charming Bavaria and a Fairytale Castle, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Charming Bavaria and a Fairytale Castle

A travel blog entry by anadiez

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I also visited two beautiful Bavarian towns: Mittenwald and Garmish. Both considered to be some of the most beautiful and charming villages in Germany. They are small enough to visit in a day. Garnish hosted the Winter Olympics in 1936, so you can include ...

Mittenwald, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Mittenwald

A travel blog entry by cullism

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... we had expected, huddling in the shadow of an enormous mountain still capped with the remainder of last winter's snow. Mittenwald itself was a little less beautiful than it must have once been due to the heavy concentration of souvenir shops. Nonetheless ...

Today We Climbed a Mountain, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Today We Climbed a Mountain

A travel blog entry by ironchefmeister

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Yesterday we got on the train and went to a town called Garmisch about 2 hours east of Fussen but only a short way from Mittenwald where we are staying for the next couple of days.  We stopped there to go to the top of the tallest mountain in Germany ...

Mobile Update, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Mobile Update

A travel blog entry by nedk

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Ned A. Kilmer ...

Mobile Update, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Mobile Update

A travel blog entry by nedk

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Ned A. Kilmer ...

Mittenwald, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Mittenwald

A travel blog entry by shumake

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... us to what must be the most beautiful landscape in Germany, but then I am partial to mountain scenery. We drove into Mittenwald, which Goethe referred to as "a living picture-book." Situated in the Alps, next to the Austrian border, Mittenwald does most ...

Day 16 - Linderhof and Mittenwald, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Day 16 - Linderhof and Mittenwald

A travel blog entry by mksymes

Went shopping for some Jousting sticks (dreamin') at a 5 yearly Medieval Street Market, it was the last day. Drank some wine from a clay ...

Germany-Austria Part 1, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Germany-Austria Part 1

A travel blog entry by nedk

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... and Austrian Alps as I celebrate the 20th year anniversary of my first international trip. I will travel to Munich, then on to Mittenwald, Germany, then on to Innsbruck, Austria, Salzburg, Austria and then finish up in Munich for a couple of days. I am ...

Journey to the top of Germany, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Journey to the top of Germany

A travel blog entry by cmjones1966

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... of the mountain and my first foray up the cable car. I arrived at the top, and was amazed by the view down the mountain to Mittenwald, but that was nothing compared to the view from the other side.  I hiked around the path to the other side of the ...

Garmish, Garmish, Germany travel blog

Garmish

A travel blog entry by ang_and_steve

... and the Zugspitze We rented a car for the day to venture to Garmish and to reach the Zugspitze mountains, the tallest point in Germany. Steve was a happy man today, we rented an Audi A4 and hit the autobahn, it was a great time and we made it to ...

Mittenwald, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Mittenwald

A travel blog entry by jpokusa

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There was construction between Munich and mittenwald so I had to take 2 trains and a bus. After 4 hours of travel I made it to the most beautiful part of bavaria. Mittenwald is famous for its hiking and the surrounding mountains, forest and lakes make it ...

The Salt Mine and Lake Konigssee, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

The Salt Mine and Lake Konigssee

A travel blog entry by mbrayall

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... as we had 3 hours of driving still to do that day. After the boat ride back, we made our way to our next destination, Mittenwald. The start of the drive was through mostly winding mountain passes and our GPS missed a turn, so I think we took the long ...

Axamer Lizum, Götzens, Austria travel blog

Axamer Lizum

A travel blog entry by ruudbatta

Small, but cosy ski ...

Lovely Mountain Town, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Lovely Mountain Town

A travel blog entry by mbrayall

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... explaining the legends of the gorge and special flora and fauna of the area. The remainder of the day we spent wandering around Mittenwald. During our walk we ran into a bride and her father being escorted to the local Catholic Church via a horse drawn ...

The Alps, Somewhere in the Alps, Austria travel blog

The Alps

A travel blog entry by shumake

Just to get credit for crossing into ...

Heading to Mittenwald, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Heading to Mittenwald

A travel blog entry by calthepal

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... up, but it was the best scenic train ride we had the entire trip.  It doesn't take long to go between Innsbruck and Mittenwald, maybe an 1 1/2.  We arrived in Mittenwald around noon, on Saturday.  Its a very small town that sits in a valley ...

On the Castle Tour, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

On the Castle Tour

A travel blog entry by padrepam

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We went by car to Mittenwald and got at room at the Hotel Post. It was a nice room, but very narrow. It reminded me of a train compartment. There was a hail storm and it was rainy and cloudy. I bought placemats/napkins.     We toured ...

Hiking the mountains in mittenwald, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Hiking the mountains in mittenwald

A travel blog entry by jpokusa

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The weather was sunny with no clouds today. I got the courage to hike the kranzberg mountain and the karwendal mountain which is the tallest mountain in Bavaria at 9100 feet tall. I took a lift to the top of the kranzberg and a cable car to the top of ...

Mobile Update, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Mobile Update

A travel blog entry by nedk

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Salzburg and Germany Weeks 4 and 5 (21 to 31 May), Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Salzburg and Germany Weeks 4 and 5 (21 to 31 May)

A travel blog entry by paparelli

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... city. Smaller than Vienna of course but just as cultured. We had dinner in the old city. 29 May 2008 Mittenwald Germany Mittenwald is another world. Many of the homes have frescos painted on their walls. It's a quaint town surrounded by ...

A city of Violins, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

A city of Violins

A travel blog entry by deannamaria

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... ;t promise!!! Sorry its taken me so long to update everything! Alright, so this day, Stephan, his parents and I went to Mittenwald, a city about half an hour away from Garmisch-Partenkirchen. I enjoyed it because, of course, it was a much less touristy ...

Mobile Update, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Mobile Update

A travel blog entry by nedk

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Mittenwald and the HAT!!, Mittenwald, Germany travel blog

Mittenwald and the HAT!!

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel

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... we got underway, we figured out it was the last!  And, after we passed the first stop, several more popped up before Mittenwald.  Did I mention that it's about 95 degrees today, and that neither the train nor the bus had any a/c?  We ...

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