Kurhotel Lauter im Park
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... essential at roof level out of a window was quite impressive. Then the pouring rain relieved us of the sweltering heat wave that followed us through 3 countries. Hurray! In the morning we were up and on a bus by 0730 heading to Neuschwanstein's Castle. From the town we hiked 30 minutes up to the castle and then hiked to Marienbruke Bridge behind the castle. Wow, talk about amazing views! The bridge was very scary, straddling a gorge 250' feet over waterfalls. When we walked ...
... I'm thankful the heat wave is ending. We walked to old town (seems like every where we go we visit an old town, but these are really really old towns with castles and monasteries) and had a "Mexican" meal from an German chef. It was pretty good but not like in California or Cabo. Then we went in search of the waterfalls on the Lech River. We ...
... home. Amazingly, this very stately castle was also very homey and accessible. You could actually envision Ludwig and his younger brother, Otto, growing up here. We toured many rooms in the castle primarily focused on the king and queens areas. The interior is mainly neo-Gothic, with many paintings in the "romantic" period (i.e., battles with no gore or blood). Interestingly, the paintings were done directly on the walls and then "framed". We thoroughly ...
... picked out several desserts from the bakery to top us off. The view from the Andechs is incredible; we noticed the hops down below and had to go check them out in person. Hops grow on a vine stretching over 20 feet tall and are actually quite beautiful.
Depending on how much Apfelweiss was drunk, the way down the mountain can be a lot of fun! ...
Fussen made my top 13 list. It was a cool, but sunny day with only a short rain shower in the afternoon. Overall, this stop was picture perfect!
I rose early to catch a bus to see the famous castles of mad King Ludwig. It was a gorgeous, crisp day as I walked to the train station, but once there, I found that the Sunday bus would be another hour or longer. Once two others joined me, we opted ...