Tyrol Hotel Haldensee
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Kids pool
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Haldensee
... Hohenschwangau first and enter at 9:50, after our 35 min guided tour we had to make our way to Neuschwanstein - downhill and up a very steep hill - by 12:05 precisely. No photos allowed inside either castle. Hohenschwangau was the family holiday home and still contains the original furnishings. Quite lovely and we noticed the walls were painted with murals rather than having family portraits as in ...
... with handmade noodles, also shared a server of potato pancakes with apple sauce. Just beautiful scenery and autumn leaves. Once we came back to town Karen and I did some shopping and the boys tried to hide themselves at an outdoor cafe. Not good enough camouflage so we joined them for a drink and soaked up the last rays of the ...
... toboggan ride. All of this comes 'free' with the special pass we have to pay for. Since that is no where near free we decided to get our money worth from it. We used the cable car a couple of times, at the top we found a dairy where they make raw milk cheese - yummy. We saw plenty of cows with their cow bells which made a lovely sound while we were walking around. In winter the cows go ...
... at St Mang's Monastery and Church. It was another Baroque church; not my favourite style! Way too much gold and marble!! The path along the river was very busy with bicycles and walkers. We've noticed quite a lot of riders using electric bikes here as well. Katrina and I had spied some Rieker shoes in a store this morning so we went back this afternoon and bought ourselves a pair each. Mine were ...
... is still owned by the family so not part of my Bavaria Castle Pass. You can buy a seperate or combo ticket to enter, which I could have done with so much time.
At the foot of both castles is also a large lake, the Alpsee. It reminded me of Heaven Lake in Xinjiang China with its mountain valley setting.