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TravelPod Member ReviewsAtlas Posthotel Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Hotel was so convenient to the Marienplatz area. Buffet breakfast was excellent. Room was very spacious and bathroom nice and clean.
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In 1995, for the 100 year anniversary of Swarovski, the multi-media artist Andre Heller created a place of true amazement with 14 subterranean Chambers of Wonder.
Crystal works of art by well-known artists. 500 Crystals cover the dome and reflect light in all facets accentuated with music. The Crystaloscope is the biggest kaleidoscope in the world and ...
... castle in the world. The fairylike Neuschwanstein Castle with its mountains background is a breathtaking sight.
Even though photography is forbidden inside Neuschwanstein Castle, it is the most photographed building in Germany and it is visited by more than one million people each year. If the castle feels somewhat familiar, it is probably because it has appeared in several movies. Neuschwanstein Castle is also the inspiration for the Sleeping Beauty Castle in the ...
... just smiled at me and asked what the date was. I said the 9th and she pointed at my ticket and it was booked for the 8th AAARGH! I booked the wrong day. I asked nicely if she could help me out and she was able to at least get us booked for the 5:30 tour and I didn't have to stand in the 4 hour long line. So with some time to kill we headed out to explore around. Leanne did some pre shopping for potential souvenirs. I had heard about a way to get a good view ...
... to the town of **** (lol). It took us a little over an hour to reach the train station at Garmish-Partenkirchen. We bought tickets and awaited to board our train for an adventure to Zugspitze, a mountain peak that goes by the tagline "Top of Germany". Not to be mistaken with the tagline for Jungfraujoch in Switzerland "Top of Europe". Zugspitz (nearly 3000m) is the main attraction on this route. However we purchased the "2 peaks" package and also ...
... heading towards the old town. Also running recognisance to find an Aldi and a laundromat. The old town was nice, quaint and charming. After walking the streets for a while we settled for a place that overlooked a cobbled area that seemed quite popular. Pete had noticed that one building in particular was drawing the most of the attention. After battling with the menu, our waitress offered us the English menus, such a relief! We both ordered traditional ...