Romantik Hotel Spielmann
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... enable the transportation of material to site were completed.
On September 5th the very same year, the foundation stone was laid and the real construction had begun. Despite its medieval look, the last building techniques, material and innovations were used in the construction of Neuschwanstein Castle. The foundations were cemented and the walls were built of brick with light-colored limestone used merely as cladding.
As one can imagine, building a castle ...
... castle from a nearby gondola up to the top of the adjacent mountain so we decided to walk over to the Tegleberg cable car. We weren't really sure of the direction but just went out and explored and we found it without much trouble. We were excited to head up and got in line to get our tickets. When I got to the front of the line I went to pay with my credit card and low and behold they don't take credit cards and I was a few dollars short of cash. She tells me ...
... is something special. Once back down, we caught our train to the base of the Zugspitze at Eibsee. We made our way from the train to the Eibsee-Seilbahn cable car station. It quickly became apparent why this was such an in demand attraction. The cable rises almost vertically for near 3km up a cliff face! Very impressive and you could barely make out the car on the cable with the naked eye. The only issue being that there were only two cables and ...
... decided to fly in and land on my lap, I usually don't tell Pete and just leave it fly away, but this was was, well, in a rather sensitive region. Needless to say, the first safe area to stop and I was out of the car. Danger subsided, we pressed on. Innsbruck on the surface initially lacked any really feel, we checked into the Ramada, across the road from a few Olympic facilities, one being the giant ski jump. Unpacked and we were out the door once more, this time ...
... bus, admire the Schloss from outside, and come back down on the bus, saving yourself 12 euros for a needless and pathetic guided tour that lasts but half an hour and tells you little. And remember you have to wait 3.5 hours for this tour..if you turn up early. As we left, at 2pm, people were queuing for tickets for tours that started at 7.05pm. The castle is stunning, from the outside, and the views it affords are indeed ...