Address: Weidach 381e, Austrian Alps, 6105, Austria | Hotel
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A knight's tale.

A travel blog entry by jnaylor on Nov 01, 2015

4 comments, 15 photos

... soup. The next course was chicken and other meat, vegetables, corn. For dessert there was apple cake. Where we sat there was a big painting, and it was really dark and they had candles. It was really fun. We ate with no forks or spoons we only had a knife and a napkin. And we could wipe our fingers off on the other person. Halloween was fun. We went to one house that had candy and it was a private party and we only got 2 candies. And we had 2 teenage girls that came to our ...


A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Oct 24, 2015

8 photos

... for a walking tour of a very pretty Innsbruck (our hotel is in the center of town). While we obviously enjoyed the sights of Italy, it was great to be in the mountains again and see Bavarian (in this case Tyrolean) architecture.

We took a cable car one third of the way to the top of surrounding mountains. Tried to catch the gondola to the top but ...

Adrian's birthday in Mittenwald

A travel blog entry by gotte on Oct 14, 2015

7 photos

... sweet tooth, of course we all kept him company. On our return to Oberstaufen we detoured to the Wieskirche (white church) which is a UNESCO world heritage site. It was built in 1730 ten years after a farmer witnessed a statue oh Christ weeping. Millions of people each year make a pilgrimage to this beautiful and highly decorated Catholic Church. The dome ceiling is painted in pastel tones with murals of Christ's resurrection, the walls are white but with plenty of gilded ...

Schloss Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau

A travel blog entry by gotte on Oct 13, 2015

7 photos

... only a puppet king. He turned his attentions to building castles, viewing concerts and operas, drinking and supporting the composer Wagner. By 1876 he was bankrupt and declared unfit to rule, soon after he was found dead in very shallow water but the mystery was never solved. Visits to these castles are very well organized and there is barely enough time to take in the decorations in each room. We had ...

Legendary Neuschwanstein Castle

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 21, 2015

1 comment, 50 photos

... explored with Hohenschwangau Castle.

Its a long, steep, winding 20 min walk to the top, reminding me of the many mountain climbs in Korea to ...