Bei Weirich

Address: Fussener Strasse 108, Schwangau, Bavaria, 87645, Germany | Hotel
 
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      Going with the flow

      A travel blog entry by lalviano on Mar 20, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... on the opposite side before l take to the wheel.

      Ottobeuren is a small town which has a lovely little square in front of our hotel and an enormous church and abbey. Formerly a Benedictine abbey, it was founded in 764. We went and visited the church and inside was very cold, actually freezing.

      There was patches of snow (ice) around and Sophie was loving stepping in it. On Thursday while Phil was at work, ...

      Castle Day, brought to you by Rick Steves

      A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 16, 2015

      2 comments

      ... br> Back in the day, germany wasn't one unified country; the area now known as germany was made up of smaller states, who only unified into one country in 1871. In this sense, germany is a very young nation, compared to others like france, england, ect. One of these states was Bavaria. From 1864 to 1886, Bavaria was ruled by King Ludwig II. He was known as "Mad King Ludwig" but is also remembered as the "Fairy Tale King". Ludwig spent a ton of money on ...

      Andrew's Kampf

      A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 16, 2015

      8 comments

      ... wrote "Mein Kampf". Didn't know that Munich is basically the birthplace of Hitler's political career and the Nazi party itself. We finished the tour in the platz vor der feldherrnhalle (big plaza), which is surrounded by the Feldherrnhalle and the Theatinerkiche (giant golden cathedral, front was covered in scaffolding as it was undergoing renovations, like half of europe during winter).

      In german, "Bahn" means train. U-bahn is the underground train, ...

      Schloss Neuschwanstein

      A travel blog entry by nick.buto.22 on Mar 14, 2015

      104 photos

      Amazing! King Ludwig II was crazy but he has an amazing castle that was made for him. The weather was not the best but the castle was impressive non the less. Went inside but no pictures of course. For it's massive size the castle is not finished! King Ludwig died (possibly murdered) before it was finished so they stopped production. Beautiful view that I will alway ...

      Valentine's Day at Neuschwanstein "Disney" Castle

      A travel blog entry by johnwpowell on Feb 14, 2015

      25 photos

      We decided to do something special for Valentine's day and took a trip on the romantic road to Neuschwanstein castle. Along the way we got a bit lost and I'm sure the lady inside the navigation system was trying to sabotage us making us do u-turns followed by u-turns and going absolutely nowhere. We stopped at Nordlingen which is a city known for its watchtower and built in ...