Hotel-Gasthof zum Schwanen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Meal plan
- Free parking
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... to the parking lot and got on the road to Salzburg, Germany.
BTW, the Autobahn is amazing here! The rest stops are super clean, and many of them have a play area for the kids. We stopped at one of these along the way; it also had incredible views of the what our drive looked like most of the way. Now if I was only driving a vehicle that would actually go 200 kms/hour without shaking like a rattled aspen leaf :-(
... home. Amazingly, this very stately castle was also very homey and accessible. You could actually envision Ludwig and his younger brother, Otto, growing up here. We toured many rooms in the castle primarily focused on the king and queens areas. The interior is mainly neo-Gothic, with many paintings in the "romantic" period (i.e., battles with no gore or blood). Interestingly, the paintings were done directly on the walls and then "framed". We thoroughly ...
... or we would lose them. Hans selected what he deemed the fastest route for us to Füssen. However, Hans neglected to mention that a large portion of our route was on back country roads. We got stuck behind tractors a few times and a really slow-moving truck. We got to Füssen around 11:20 and should have had plenty of time to get parked and find the bus. However, Hans kept telling us we could not drive directly to our location and that we would have to park and ...
... towns and an intricate design and architecture, it was a true beauty fit for the royal family. Unfortunately we could not take pictures inside, but a few key features included a pool table used by the king, a "hanky panky" door between the king and queen's chambers, hand engraved wooden thrones, and wall to wall murals which have withstood the test of time. Each room also featured an elaborate centerpiece given as birthday and wedding gifts ...
... was never fully finished inside. On the drive back, we went along the German side of the Alps and stopped at some villages as well as a Monastery where the monks brew some really strong beer. After buying some for Courtney's birthday, out guide also treated us to some little chocolates that could knock you to the floor. The chocolate balls came in white, milk and dark chocolate and were filled with a very potent liqueur. ...