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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Fletzinger Wasserburg am Inn
Travel Blogs from Wasserburg am Inn
... plain but was very high and the walls and square columns were all painted white. Some of the stained glass has been replaced since the War. Although simple the cathedral is quite attractive.
We were looking for a good coffee, though the internet suggested that this would be hard to find in Germany, so we googled and found Saint Pietro coffee shop in Petersplatz next to Saint Peter's Church. The coffee was good but the cake was huge. ...
... We meet Kyle the guide from Mikes Bike Tours under the Old Town Hall at 11.30am along with a couple of Aussies and a rather large contingent of Americans. After a short walk to their HQ we were all kitted out with the appropriate bikes (although Finn spent the day complaining that his was too small) and started our tour of the City.
Shelton and I were asked to be "Butt Babe" and "**** Man", ensuring no one from the group got lost, injured ...
... to head for the airport bus.
Very quick and efficient service for €10.50 each we are at the airport in under an hour, just in time to sit around for nearly five hours isn't it lucky we both like getting places early.
So thanks Astrid for setting up the tour, to the Landhaus Kössel for amazing breakfasts in a beautiful setting, to Andre for driving us safely for a week and of course Carolin and Toni junior for being tour guides ...
... went the opposite way. When we got off the tram, we didn't recognize anything, so we finally had to ask directions to our hotel at a restaurant. We were going the right way....we just didn't have confidence!Entering the hotel was so fun....familiar....and there behind the front desk was Jan, the young man that Christie, John O, and Stephanie went out drinking with until the wee hours the night before we left Munich in 2011. We were lucky to see him because he was ...
... perfect perched up on a rocky outcrop in the hills. The castle was never fully finished so only a small part of it is open to be toured by the public. If you're ever in the area the castle is well worth the trip and I think it has the most magical feel of any of the palaces or castles I've seen elsewhere. After a quick wander around the town of Fussen it was back on the train to Munich for an in room picnic of breads and cheeses for dinner. Next stop ...