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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... started. We were starting to regret not getting snow chains, but most of the roads were ploughed anyway.
So once we arrived and parked and paid for parking we walked and found the ticket booth. The next tour of the castle was in almost 2 hours and so we decided to just go up and see the castle and then continue our drive. There are usually busses taking people most of the way up the mountain to see the ...
... on the way into Fussen to take photos of the Alps & Schloss Neuschwanstein. It is a spectacular sight perched high in the mountain tops.
We drive into Schwangau to find accomodation. We head to the information centre & Clint rings some places on the accomodation board. He finds us a gorgeous guest house on the outskirts of town. We were very comfortable. We ate at a nearby restuarant for dinner & slept well in our very comfortable beds.
... this pass and stopped on a number of occasions to take in
the scenery. Just where they got the idea that the Alps would be getting loads
of snow this week i do not know as there was next to no snow to be seen the
As I got higher the temp fell and at one point I was tempted to stop and
put on my one piece rainsuit which might be thin but oh boy it keeps in the
As I reach the summit of this magical road its way down to 8 Celsius and ...
... so intricate and were hidden in some of the designs in the rooms. These rooms were very detailed- in the King's bedroom, some of the woodworking alone took 3 years to finish just in that room! It was a short tour, but we were able to spend as much time as we liked outside and in the shops, which was in an unfinished part of the castle. It was all so interesting to be able to see both the finished and unfinished part of the castle! I liked that we were able to see both ...
... legend of the Swan and the Prince and is lavishly decorated by stage painters with heroic scenes. Unfortunately you are not allowed to take photos inside so Google will have to suffice! We are taken back down to the visitor area by horse drawn carriage which is a welcome break after all the steps and walking.
After a very large German lunch we set off up the other side of the hill to ...