Krumers Post Hotel & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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... more than a store. Newly designed in 2007 it is the biggest Swarovski shop in the world with a unique selection imbedded in a fiction starting at night with a starry sky and guiding you through dawn and sunrise into a dome of altering daylight.
Finally the Giant’s garden awaits you with a maze, an alpine garden and extraordinary objects, insights and ...
... father who had died in a three-day illness. At that time, one of the very first orders he gave was to summon Richard Wagner to his court. There Ludwig II rescued the composer from a financial crisis which helped him to create new operasSoon after the death of his father, Ludwig II suffered a severe personal blow. As the region of Bavaria was allied with Austria, who in 1866 lost the war against the expanding Prussia, Bavaria was forced into an alliance with Prussia ...
... castle from a nearby gondola up to the top of the adjacent mountain so we decided to walk over to the Tegleberg cable car. We weren't really sure of the direction but just went out and explored and we found it without much trouble. We were excited to head up and got in line to get our tickets. When I got to the front of the line I went to pay with my credit card and low and behold they don't take credit cards and I was a few dollars short of cash. She tells me ...
... the world over - a floating, see through bridge; where you could drop over 1000m to your death..! Beautiful views from here back down to Garmish-Partenkirchen and **** (lol). At this point, we had a decision to make. Do we do a 2 hour hike down the mountain that will take us to a cable car to get back down the mountain; or a cable car and then a 30 minute walk to the same cable car to get down? The 2 hour hike was somewhat appealing and it was ...
It's strange for me to say this, but it was too hot in the room to sleep! The central heating was on, even though it was only 13-14 degrees out. Around 1am, an hour after falling asleep straight after I wrote last nights blog, I woke up and opened the window. The hotel is situated right next to a solidly moving stream, feeding the many lakes falling away from St Moritz. The stream provided a rather relaxing white noise to fall asleep to and the window a good relief ...