Hotel ...liebes Rot-Flueh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Gilly's Satnav had its usual off day but after stopping for an hour in Oberammergau we entered a very grey Garmisch-Partenkirchen and went straight to the hotel which was more like a hostel.
We spent the evening at a bar called Sausalito's which was quite lively.
At around 10.30pm we returned to the hotel and I immediately ...
King Ludwig II was born in 1845 and through avid reading and the murals in his cozy little home, Hohenschwangau Castle, which was acquired by his father Maximilian II, he developed a passion for the Middle Ages and for the music and dramas of the famous German composer Richard Wagner. Ludwig II became king in 1864 at just 18 years of age but two years later was forced to accept defeat and domination ...
Wow. Walking up in the alps with the cows and their bells, sun shining and green everywhere is breathtaking. We went to the castle. Pat and Stef went up to it and my mom and I entertained ourselves below. Drove home to Kapellen after several hours in LA traffic. No place like home. As beautiful as the alps are I loved coming back to Kapellen. It's my kind of town. Crazy day starts tomorrow, all day wedding. Poor ...
... got the bus back to the train, and the train back to Munich. Decided to get the U-Bahn out to the olympia einkaufszentrum, was not very good. Got another train back into the centre and tried to go to this restaurant, but we didn't have a booking so no dice. Ended up going to another delicious pub schnitzel & strudel, followed by a smarties mcflurry. ...
Sadly left a very hot Venice to travel to Germany. Driving through Austria was beautiful - the little towns built into the mountains were stunning. Although driving on the motorway bridges built so high up wasn't my idea of fun! Coming through the Brenner Pass was spectacular - Seeing the mountains with the snow still on the tops and seeing all of the Austrian log cabins to store their wood piles was very pretty. We ...