Hotel Pfeiffermuehle

Address: Pfeiffermuehle 3, Wertach, Bavaria, 87497, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pfeiffermuehle 3, Wertach.
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Travel Blogs from Wertach

Neuschwanstein Castle

A travel blog entry by jlmcclure on Oct 27, 2014

... the entrance to the castle. What time is it? Oh, it is 3pm and we haven't been inside the castle yet!! We wandered around the castle and the castle grounds, amazing place!!! Well worth the taxi, 4 trains and 3 buses, or whatever it was, to get there. So time to reverse it all and get home :D and reverse it we did!! Got back to our hotel a little after 9pm, ordered a bottle of champagne and a pizza from the room service menu and chatted about the day. Awesome day! We love ...

The Side Benefits of Insanity

A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Oct 25, 2014

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... insane was "childish table manners." Chew with your mouth closed, people.)

So the king gets insanity, and the country gets a damn fine tourist attraction. I'd say win-win, but I am sure Ludwig would disagree.

As a tourist (as opposed to a monarch lacking dining etiquette), the castles are a beauty and a thrill to visit. The train whisks visitors to the Alpine region, surrounded by snowy mountains and clear blue ...

A Perfect Travel Day

A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Oct 14, 2014

4 comments, 33 photos

... Mad Ludwig's Castle). Then we made a spectacular scenic drive through the Bavarian Alps to the highest peak in Germany, the Zugspitze, where we took a cable car to the summit. Words are really inadequate to describe what we saw, so we'll let some photos tell our story today.
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Castles and Magic Kingdoms

A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 12, 2014

42 photos

... number. Between the main castle entrance and there are tons of people standing in front of the gate for their group to come up. We only waited about 20 minutes before our number came up, then we entered through the mysterious portal, up some stairs to a long hallway where we waited for our guide. Neuschwanstein was built by Bavarian King Ludwig II starting in 1869 as a summer palace and homage to Richard Wagner and his glorification of medieval times. ...

Ludwig the Loco in the Land of Rococo

A travel blog entry by jonkinne on Oct 12, 2014

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What Mozart is to Salzburg, so Ludwig II is to Bavaria. That truth exposes itself seemingly around every corner of this magical, fairy-tale countryside, but most assuredly when in the proximity of one of his famous castles. He became "King" at age 18, although "king" must be understood in the context of a constitutional monarchy, one in which he did not have the absolute power he so desired. In fact, it was his obsession with the power of a prior ...