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

Five countries in one day...and a castle

A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 09, 2015

4 photos

... in the front archway entry point, there are toilets there too, and its raining. There are no signs, no official looking people to tell us what to do. Never been here before, so not sure what the setup is. We finally spot an I for information sign around a corner and go in to discuss options. Helen originally asks for a refund, and the gentlemen behind the counter offer a new timeslot. Woohoo. We get to see the castle.

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Fussen - Fun and Fabulous

A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 08, 2015

1 comment, 24 photos

... tour of Fussen was spot-on and left us wanting to walk and learn more about this little slice of Bavaria. We spent about 45 minutes touring the city and learned about the village's history and culture along the way. Starting at the TI, we first viewed the Hotel Hirsh and it's restored Art Nouveau paintings and decor. We were also able to view one of the village's Medieval Towers and portion of the fortification wall circa early 1500's. We then passed into the cemetery ...

Fairytales Do Come True!

A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 07, 2015

1 comment, 24 photos

... Marble stairs, a giant chandelier with venetian glass stones and paintings from Wagner operas. Nearly 1.5 million mosaic tiles make up the floor, and it is stunning! Probably the most intricate feature of the tour was King Ludwig's bed, which features a canopy of spires that took a considerable time to build. The last room, the Singer's Hall, is filled with paintings and a ceiling made of 96 pieces of wood that was built to resonate and enhance the singing. ...

It's King Ludwig's Mad Mad Mad Mad World

A travel blog entry by ames73 on May 27, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... and walk. Aunt Marge got out, found the hotel, confirmed that we had reserved parking, and then--we still could not figure out how to get to the lot. Hans wanted us to get out and walk again. Frustrated, we gave up and drove to Schwangau and paid to park in one of the lots there. We arrived around 12:10, so we still had plenty of time to pick up the tickets. Boy, am I glad I reserved our tickets. You should have seen the line of people waiting to pick up their tickets ...

Day for Kings

A travel blog entry by hannxerr on May 23, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... towns and an intricate design and architecture, it was a true beauty fit for the royal family. Unfortunately we could not take pictures inside, but a few key features included a pool table used by the king, a "hanky panky" door between the king and queen's chambers, hand engraved wooden thrones, and wall to wall murals which have withstood the test of time. Each room also featured an elaborate centerpiece given as birthday and wedding gifts ...