Hotel Garni Edlhuber
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Garni Edlhuber Mittenwald
Very pleased with our stay, the host were so nice and accommodating. It's about a 15 minute walk from the train station and town, but its very close to "The land of the Spirits", a beautiful hiking trail that you must do. Breakfast was included with our stay, and it as excellent. If we return, we would stay here again.
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... old parts of Canadian cities) and Hall has many amazingly old and unique doorways. The food at the restaurant was quality fare and really felt like you got a taste of what a banquet must have seemed like 500 hundred years ago. The chainmail head covering was a little heavy but I stuck it out for the girls sake as the "Knight of the table". I requested that I be called that on subsequent nights but it never happened.
The hiking weather has been amazingly good and ...
... for a walking tour of a very pretty Innsbruck (our hotel is in the center of town). While we obviously enjoyed the sights of Italy, it was great to be in the mountains again and see Bavarian (in this case Tyrolean) architecture.
We took a cable car one third of the way to the top of surrounding mountains. Tried to catch the gondola to the top but ...
... sweet tooth, of course we all kept him company. On our return to Oberstaufen we detoured to the Wieskirche (white church) which is a UNESCO world heritage site. It was built in 1730 ten years after a farmer witnessed a statue oh Christ weeping. Millions of people each year make a pilgrimage to this beautiful and highly decorated Catholic Church. The dome ceiling is painted in pastel tones with murals of Christ's resurrection, the walls are white but with plenty of gilded ...
... vehicles right down and through the valley and up over the next hill. It must have stretched for at least 3 miles.
I continued on fighting my way between all these vehicles. Riding between these massive trucks was like riding through a mini town with rather narrow streets.
The whole time through all this congestion i had my fingers on the brake handle as well as my foot on the brake just in readiness of someone changing lanes without looking. The two spotlights on ...
... Neuschwanstein was opened to the public to illustrate the extent of his 'madness'.
Neuschwanstein became the most legendary perched atop a mountain and the design model for Disneyland. However it is not as lavish inside, and quite dark and gloomy, compared to his other opulent baroque style palaces.