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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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... Then onto a bus for the next leg (unfortunately there were doing train works), bus trip for about 20 mins then off we get and onto the platform for our next train! Hmmm, seems we have missed our next train, as the bus was late! So we have to wait an hour, a bit of a bugger but we take the opportunity to find a coffee and hot chocolate. An hour later we are on our next train (the fifth transport for the trip), where we sat for a little over an hour. pretty countryside, ...
... lunch menu), then headed back to Munich on the 2pm train. Thanks to random German railway work, our 2-hour train ride home became 3.5 when the engineer realized the tracks were closed. We transferred to another train....to a bus...to another train. To say the adventure lacked German efficiency is most certainly an understatement.
Tomorrow we pack up early and head to Salzburg and Vienna for Sound of Musicking and Sacher-torte-eating.
... mountainsides. It was quite a break from the urban locals I’ve visited thus so far. After breakfast we headed into Hohenscwangau and all the tourist chaos to get our castle tour tickets. For being as much in the countryside as it is, with a constant stream of tourists from all over the world there certainly was no shortage of crowds. As you could guess the castle is a ways up the hill, so we opted to take a horse drawn carriage to the top for ...
... nevertheless the chagrined doubters reluctantly decided to leave the sign-reading to the German reader/speakers in our group.
Yesterday was devoted to a visit to the smallest of Ludwig's castles, Linderhof near Fussen, where he actually lived about half of the time he was in power, the rest being at the Wittlesbach family palace in Munich, which we described in an earlier entry. Though small in size, Linderhof still managed to consume ...
... for the more direct route. Every 20 minutes a cable car brought forty or so passengers from the peak to the floor of the mountain. It descended two vertical kilometres in 8 minutes, swaying with a gut-wrenching amplitude. A small girl began to cry in her father's arms, as the quick descent from a high altitude increased the air pressure. She continued to cry until the grim-faced German cable-car operator gave her an individually wrapped candy from his lunch. The base ...