- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... made the slippery but very worthwhile walk. The view over the village and lake was gorgeous, but nothing could top Neuschwanstein in all its glory sitting atop the mountain. It was breathtaking. We then walked back down into the village and caught the bus back to Fussen. After a thankfully amazing day I felt pretty unwell again around dinner time so went back early to catch some extra rest in the thankfully very comfy, cosy ...
... 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 ...
... house and ate more yummy food.
Early this week we loaded up two cars and set off for our adventure into the Alps. Stayed at an awesome chalet - style hotel and lucked into "German night" . A fantastic duck dinner, schnitzel for the kiddies and then a two piece German band playing Octoberfest- style music in the rustic quaint dining hall. The boys ( and me) were doing the bunny hop throughout the dining hall!
... what makes Austria unique. We enter through the hallway, on the wall are pictures of people engaged in extreme sports: ski jumping, paragliding etc. "These are my 4 children" he tells me proudly. Interesting. Most parents don't decorate their homes with pictures of their kids risking their lives unnecessarily... The wife comes in from the kitchen. She doesn't look at all pleased by the sight of this stranger being brought in to ...
Day 284 4 hrs, 5 kms Next morning, I continue down the slopes to the city of Landeck. It's a small city, built where two river valleys join and continue north--but it still has a "city" feel to it, with a small, crowded shopping area. With high mountain slopes on both sides and a rushing river running through it, it feels both urban and like a remote outpost at the same time. Wandering higher up the hillside ...