Hotel Gastehauser Hartung
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Today it was time to leave our tiny room in Germany and drive over to Austria. We decided to break up the drive and stop half way at Neuschwanstein Castle, which I really wanted to see anyway. It should have left us with plenty of time to get to Austria for check in at 4pm. We set off at around 10am after a delicious buffet breakfast and made it to the castle by about 1pm. It took longer than we expected because today ...
... 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.
... br> At one point while heading up this fantastic road I stopped to photo a old
castle which stood on a high rock at the edge of the road. While here I realised
there was not much traffic at all coming down this road and so began to wonder
if it was even open over the pass.
Back on my bike and upwards we go. No cars at all and I really am getting
worried. All the parking areas along the way have large "Closed" signs over them
and road working ...
... would be going to Neuschwanstein Castle for the day. I was so excited to be able to see this castle, and it has been one of my top places to see since I was little. I met my guide, and soon our group was on our way! We had about a 2 hour train ride to the town where the castle was, and on the way our tour guide told us some history about the castle and different stories about the area and King Ludwig II, who built the castle. The castle was actually never finished, and was ...
... Melissa) Two days in Bavaria and not a single chocolate Bavarian to be seen. Not one! But the beer and food make up for it I suppose. The alps are amazing. The most impressive mountains in Australia look like dull mounds of earth compared to these things. When we got ourselves lost in the old part of Fussen I did get to put my extensive use of the German language to good use, asking someone (in fluent and flawless German) "where is the train station?" (One of 4 German phrases I can ...