Hotel Alte Schmiede
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... wooden planks they bounced and between the wood slats you could see the gorge below. I'm not afraid of heights but this one had me holding on to the railing. The castle was so incredible. King Ludwig II certainly knew how to build castles: in his other job running the Bavarian Empire he don't do so well. He lost his empire to Prussia within 2 years of becoming King ended up bankrupt and dead at age 40. In the afternoon we hit the other parts of Fussen. This very pretty ...
... very nice trails and the waterfall, and had a dip in the opaque with a touch of white water. If the river wasn't lined with painful cobble rock it would have been our best swimming hole ever. Now we are trying to get through the last evening of the heat wave. Tomorrow we head to Neuschwanstein's castle, and hopefully a luge ride depending on the ...
... today had its hottest July day ever and Venice was stifling by the time I arrived mid-morning. So today’s travel dragging suitcases around with a train change in Verona was very uncomfortable. Even Innsbruck which is surrounded by mountains was over 30c when I arrived this afternoon.
In the taxi from Innsbruck station to my hotel I was very interested at the driver’s comments when I told him ...
... are absolute experts at road engineering which kind of makes our roads look like goat tracks but I digress. We eventually arrived in Innsbruck however due to a technical difficulty (read wrong address in GPS) got completely lost attempting to locate our hotel for the next two nights. At about six pm we checked into the Stefenbruck Gastehaus, had a quick shower and dinner and crashed for the night. The next morning after breakfast we headed into town by bus ...
Monday 29th June
Welcome to Austria
We left Italy on Friday and travelled across the Brenner Pass in to Austria. Leutasch is just north of Innsbruck and not far from the German border. Leutasch is beautiful. It is a valley at about 1000 metres altitude with pretty little villages dotted between meadows. Towering ...