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TravelPod Member ReviewsForsthaus Graseck Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Taking a cable car up to your hotel is awesome, until it rains and the whole thing wobbles and blows back and forth in the wind or when you have to lug heavy suitcaes on it. The rooms are nice, plain and nothing fancy, and they work for a family with up to four people. The restaurant there is expensive and closed during football games. I recommend eating elsewhere. At least once tak ethe trail down off the mountain, not the cable car so you can go through the kommel.
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... essential at roof level out of a window was quite impressive. Then the pouring rain relieved us of the sweltering heat wave that followed us through 3 countries. Hurray! In the morning we were up and on a bus by 0730 heading to Neuschwanstein's Castle. From the town we hiked 30 minutes up to the castle and then hiked to Marienbruke Bridge behind the castle. Wow, talk about amazing views! The bridge was very scary, straddling a gorge 250' feet over waterfalls. When we walked ...
... I'm thankful the heat wave is ending. We walked to old town (seems like every where we go we visit an old town, but these are really really old towns with castles and monasteries) and had a "Mexican" meal from an German chef. It was pretty good but not like in California or Cabo. Then we went in search of the waterfalls on the Lech River. We ...
... come from Cortina. He immediately raised the subject of the WWI battles in the Dolomites and really opened up when I displayed some knowledge of the subject following my visits to the open air WWI museum the other day.
"One million dead and pointless" was his understandably emotional view. He clearly still felt bitterness over Italy’s role and the fact Austria lost parts of the Tyrol (including Cortina I ...
... recreation of the Sound of Music would be appropriate. A grassy hill was found and Marg warmed up her vocal cords. When birds flew from the surrounding trees and small animals ducked for cover we decided perhaps Julie Andrews was the gal for the job. Back at the hotel we completed our plan for the morning where we intend to travel through the alps to Villach. A Triumph dealer is located there as the bike needs a service and Margs hair is due for a service as well. ...
... passes. After a huge thunderstorm and torrential rain on the
Saturday night, the weather has been warm, if a little overcast at times. We
are in the process of trying to book a ferry home but the wild cat strikes at
Calais are causing havoc with trying to sort something out. Not to worry, I am
sure we will get home one way or another.