Hotel Das Beck
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... enable the transportation of material to site were completed.
On September 5th the very same year, the foundation stone was laid and the real construction had begun. Despite its medieval look, the last building techniques, material and innovations were used in the construction of Neuschwanstein Castle. The foundations were cemented and the walls were built of brick with light-colored limestone used merely as cladding.
As one can imagine, building a castle ...
... road up and had a great spot to see the castle on the way up and after touring at the top of the mountain we had more great views of the castle on the way back down. We then started our trek back to the castle and found a nice wooded trail that wound along the base of the hill the castle sits on far away from the touristy crowds. Sarah would make up questions like "if you could be any plant what would you be?" We played this all along our walk back and just had ...
... save for a quick mention of a connection with Wagner. And the cave, trust me, is far less interesting, though no less mad, than it sounds. The views, however, are something else. On one side lakes, on the other impressive mountains, you can at least see why the mad reluctant King built the thing where he did. So what of that three and a half hour wait? Mostly in the rain before the sky's cleared? Japanese watching. A ...
We're in the Tirol, that slice of Alpen heaven that we love so much. Today promised to be sunny and warm - 79F - (but not too warm), so we wanted to take full advantage of it.
After a hearty breakfast in our hotel's dining room, we packed up for hiking. Gabi, our hotelier, gave us some suggestions. Ambitious, yes, but we were up for it, not having seen the sun or been able to really walk, hike or get out in nature for many, many days.
... north, it was starting to get better. Just before crossing the border you pass the old "iron curtain" border stations and are reminded how much effort these countries took to keep their citizens from fleeing. It certainly feels different now, but the architecture is a reminder of the communist fiasco. We wonder how long before the countries fully recover?
Austria is beautiful, but hilly, and the highways were windy. After all, ...