Travel Blogs from Oberjoch
Picked up the hire car in Munich. Drove in the rain to Neuschwanstein castle. We arrived at 3pm and next available tour was at 5pm. So had a walk around in the rain and decided to give the tour a miss. Drove to our hotel in Klause near Reutte in ...
141 miles in two days - awesome cycling in glorious weather. From Oberppass to Lake Constance - long sweeping downhills, an unexpected six mile climb, stunning mountain backdrop, through a huge gorge, meadows, farmland, pretty villages. And all the while the Rhine grows from a small stream to a fast flowing, wide river. We burn the calories, so much so Jim has two pizzas for dinner! Me, the ...
... came back from the castle, I joined them on their quest for the best kebab and had fun walking around with them. They are really cool and we joked about everything! Mainly about how awful our wifi is at the hostel and the only time it is ever good is at 4pm and 5am when you wake up from the Asians re packing the suitcase full of plastic bags. It was a great ending to my last day in Munich! Memorable quote: the Blonde! - everyone Tomorrow: Praha! (Prague!), Czech ...
... that’s why he was declared insane and unfit to rule.
The castle made its way into the recent spotlight with the movie The Monuments Men, which tells the true story of the Nazis using the castle to hide all of the stolen art. At the end of the war, the Americans recovered the art and redistributed it.
... 8217;t in the mood. My legs were pretty tired from the bike ride (the path was not flat at all) and the view was just fine from where I was.
30 minutes later I was at the top (I just couldn’t resist). The climb was steep and there were some rock scrambles, but there were rails to hold on to as you ascended the rock face. When I reached the top a guy in lederhosen greeted me (I’m serious). 4 people were talking at the base ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool