Address: Roemerweg 737, Seefeld, Tirol, Austrian Alps, 6100, Austria | 3 star hotel
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A knight's tale.

A travel blog entry by jnaylor on Nov 01, 2015

4 comments, 15 photos

... soup. The next course was chicken and other meat, vegetables, corn. For dessert there was apple cake. Where we sat there was a big painting, and it was really dark and they had candles. It was really fun. We ate with no forks or spoons we only had a knife and a napkin. And we could wipe our fingers off on the other person. Halloween was fun. We went to one house that had candy and it was a private party and we only got 2 candies. And we had 2 teenage girls that came to our ...


A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Oct 24, 2015

8 photos

... for a change).

This is the first time on a four lane limited access highway that we have been treated to such extended and beautiful scenery. Unfortunately the photos do not adequately capture the colors and depth, so partly you will just have to trust us, difficult as that is.

We arrived somewhat before four. After checking in etc. ...

A day in the life.

A travel blog entry by jnaylor on Oct 23, 2015

1 photo

... has taken on a whole new challenge for me. I discovered what I thought was baking powder and soda, only to pull out of the oven some very flat cookies. (luckily, kennedy inlaws brought the canadian kind); - there are small parks outside almost every grocery store, which means shopping on my own while the kids play - happy all around.

I am still amazed (and in awe) of the number of children who walk themselves home, and at very young ages (I'm guessing 6 is the youngest ...

Adrian's birthday in Mittenwald

A travel blog entry by gotte on Oct 14, 2015

7 photos

... sweet tooth, of course we all kept him company. On our return to Oberstaufen we detoured to the Wieskirche (white church) which is a UNESCO world heritage site. It was built in 1730 ten years after a farmer witnessed a statue oh Christ weeping. Millions of people each year make a pilgrimage to this beautiful and highly decorated Catholic Church. The dome ceiling is painted in pastel tones with murals of Christ's resurrection, the walls are white but with plenty of gilded ...

Schloss Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau

A travel blog entry by gotte on Oct 13, 2015

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... Hohenschwangau first and enter at 9:50, after our 35 min guided tour we had to make our way to Neuschwanstein - downhill and up a very steep hill - by 12:05 precisely. No photos allowed inside either castle. Hohenschwangau was the family holiday home and still contains the original furnishings. Quite lovely and we noticed the walls were painted with murals rather than having family portraits as in ...