Hotel Hirschbachwinkel

Address: Hindelanger Strasse 28, Bad Hindelang, Bavaria, 87541, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Hindelanger Strasse 28, Bad Hindelang.
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Travel Blogs from Bad Hindelang

THE CASTLE

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 25, 2015

... than the outside. It is unfinished, as poor King Ludwig II died mysteriously of drowning aged 41 having only spent 170-something days in the completed areas of his dream castle which had taken sixteen years to build. The throne room has no throne, and areas where other rooms and terraces were to be added are clearly visible, with doors leading to sheer drops outside instead of their planned destinations. The furniture ...

To Fussen

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 24, 2015

... on trains, it's wonderfully relaxing! Thankfully there was a WC on this train but it was primitive. I've seen nicer long drop toilets in the middle of nowhere than the one on that train! We arrived in Fussen in the evening. It's a really cute looking place! There was quite a bit of snow on the ground which made for a nice walk to the supermarket to stock up on essentials before a nice quiet night in our lovely ...

Bavarian Castles

A travel blog entry by alicedoeseurope on Jun 03, 2014

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... days before he was mysteriously murdered on a walk.
Afterwards we had lunch and and then walked to the second castle very close to our hotel - this one is where King Ludwig II grew up and watched his new castle being built from. This one was also cool but not nearly as fantastic as the newer one. The amazing thing about these castles is nothing on the inside has EVER been restored or touched up - ...

1735. The Four Legged Table Concept

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 31, 2013

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... will be if there will be someone to take over the farm to keep up this lifestyle for the next generation. Our conversation turns to history. "During World War II, the allies came through here. The general, stayed right up the road there" I don't sense any resentment towards the invading forces. But another topic does almost bring him to tears. "Sud Tirol--that was part of Austria, and it was taken away from us." He's refering to ...

1734. Following the Via Claudia

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 31, 2013

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... out a castle, I notice the first monument I've seen in Austria dedicated specifically to those fallen in World War I and World War II with a solemn statue of a mother holding her dead son... Up by the castle, which unfortunately is closed today is a sign describing the "Via Claudia." It turns out, that the narrow valley to the south is actually an ancient Roman route that connected Italy with the ...