Kur- und Ferienhotel Alpenhof

Fallerstr 4, Bad Kohlgrub, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavarian Alps, Bavaria, 82433, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Fallerstr 4, Bad Kohlgrub.
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Travel Blogs from Bad Kohlgrub

The glory of Bavaria.

A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 08, 2014

This was my first experience ' training it' by day in Europe and boy had I been missing out. 1st class tickets are worth the extra cash and then some. The eurail pass gets you around (despite all the rail companies insisting you need a reservation). The train went direct from Berlin to Munich in 6 hours, which is impressive due to the next small leg out to Fussen taking 2 but the slower train ride was well worth it. A first class cabin to ourselves where the windows come halfway down ...

Travel day again Austria and Germany

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Aug 08, 2014

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... Zeppelin floating past again. Crossed the Swiss border into Austria and tried again unsuccessfully to get the toll GoBox fixed. Drove on to Lindau, in Germany, which was full of holiday crowds so did not stop. Found a Stelplatz to camp in, in a small village, Bad Bayersoien, in Germany almost at Oberammergau. Overlooking the fields and hot enough to eat outside dinner and ...

Cinderella's Castle

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on Jul 29, 2014

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... round the castle were at 5pm, we decided against going inside (the €23 each ticket price also helped) and walked up to have a closer look - it was a half hour walk up the hill, the castle was very impressive and so were the views around... Alot of people were just sitting around waiting for there slot to go inside....

From there we headed to an overnight stop in Lechbruck a few miles North..

Disney castle day

A travel blog entry by miura09 on Sep 28, 2013

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... The train finally arrived and we boarded. That journey was another boring one. When we got to Stuttgart, we headed to Fellbach and slept. Thank you Dad for bringing us to see Neuschwanstein. Nadzha didn't think she'll see but she did. Thank you for the filling meal. Thank you for your protection in taking us there and back. Thank you that no harm came upon us. Thank you for the funds to visit the place. In Your Mighty Name. ...


A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Aug 25, 2007

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... br> The original castle of Schwangau (Schwanstein) was already in ruins when the Schwangau family died out. It was bought by Imperial Counsellor Johann von Paumgartner zu Paumgarten in 1535 and he rebuilt it (1538-47), renaming it Hohenschwangau. 300 years later it was again ruined, but the Bavarian Crown Prince (later King) Maximillian II (son of Ludwig I) came to Fussen and fell in love with it. He found the orginal plans and asked Domenico Quaglio to rebuild ...