Hotel Schwanstein

Kroeb 2, Schwangau, Bavaria, 87645, Germany | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Schwangau

Tall and Famous

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

46

Howdy folks,

Day One and Two of our 'Great Escape' saw us heading out of Heidelberg on Thursday directly after my class finished at 1pm. Just like Steve McQueen, we headed south towards Switzerland and promptly found a traffic jam. There was an accident in the fast lane and we were reduced to crawling for 20 minutes. It didn't seem too bad …

New-Snore-stein Castle

A travel blog entry by dosweeks

3

This morning was Neuschwanstien Castle. Lucky due to staying close by we got a 30% discount, otherwise what a waste of money. By far the best views are outside, which is free. Inside is such a snore-fest. It is a standard castle type thing and only 8 rooms are available to view and it was quite busy for a Thursday. We got there for 10am, but you …

Our day in Oberammergau

A travel blog entry by mikeandpat

3

We had a guided tour of Oberammergau this morning. We had a walking tour of the village including a tour around the theatre they use for the famous Passion Play that is held every 10 years. After lunch we went up to the top of the surrounding mountains in a cable car. There was low cloud moving around but we managed ...

Finally arrived at Oberammergau

A travel blog entry by mikeandpat

4

... room with massive wardrobes. 2 televisions but unfortunately all in German. We are ready for our evening meal now. We are wondering what it will be. Most of the places here seem to serve either pork or veal in various forms. Pat thinks she will regret not asking for vegetarian food! We have a guided tour tomorrow of Oberammergau then some free time to look around. Let's hope it doesn't snow too ...

The Castles

A travel blog entry by ashcol64

5

... fitted out. Unfortunately for this reclusive Bavarian King, he would never fulfil his dream of completing the castle. Having run out of money and losing the sovereignty of his kingdom, the castle to this day remains incomplete. The cruel irony for poor old Ludwig was that the palace was opened to the paying public immediately after his death in 1886 despite his intentions of not allowing public access to Schloss Neuschwanstein. Only ...

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