Euro Park Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... first building which was completed was the gateway building in 1872. This building was used as a provisional living quarter Ludwig II when he visited the site, until the main citadel had been built.
The construction of the citadel started in 1872 and was finished twelve years later in 1884, though without all the final details completed. By that time, Ludwig moved in to the castle and lived there permanently. The whole castle as such stood ready 1892; which totals ...
... as the rain started pouring down. Nothing like storm chasing on foot although I think we were the ones being chased. I spent the next while sitting on a nice covered balcony drinking a cold Erdinger beer taking pictures of the storm. Leanne even came out and joined me with a glass of wine while we watched the sky light up with bolts of lightning. So many great memories being made on the trip not only of the sites we are seeing bit the time together. On to the next ...
... at 9am and queued for half an hour (two hour queues had been mentioned). And, buying our ticket at 9.30 the first tour was for...12.55pm. Those previous three and a half hours were taken up with pre-booked Japanese tours of which more in a minute. But first, here's how you really do Neuschwanstein. You roll up at the castle car park (6 euros). You go straight to the bus queue and buy a round bus trip for €2.60). You ...
... again, due to Germany being on holiday) you could see how the scenery would fit the romantic bill. Once away from the crowds of Bodensee the roads freed themselves up to cut through lush countryside, first resembling a giant market garden (I never appreciated Germany did so much fruit growing) and then through even more verdant rolling hills largely free of housing, giving rise to wide open spaces like a huge lush Exmoor. And, being Germany, ...
... so we got a free pass. Next we went to the house of 1,000 cuckoo clocks and then counted every single one, me and max went to the rainforest cuckoo clocks and set of every single clock there, the lady came and shouted at us, daddy couldn't stop laughing. The whole of the shop then sounded like a rainforest. We then went to ...