Kurhotel Lauter im Park
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... town nestled in the foot of the alps, and is located less than one mile away from the austrian border. Another prototypical, adorable little european town with cobblestone streets, sidewalk cafes, bavarian architecture, ect. Jagged, rocky, snow-covered mountains of the Austrian alps surround the town.
Ate dinner at Gasthof Krone, down the street from the hostel. Had Schweinshaxe (grilled pork hock), with potato dumplings, sauerkraut (had a lot ...
Arrived in fuessen a bit ago. There's snow on the ground here, it's that cold. I have a fleece zip up sweater and a rain jacket. Not good.
-Was talking with my dad a bit ago about how mysterious it is that germany, the land of beer, doesn't really export beer. We've all heard of Heineken (netherlands), stella Artois (belgium), corona (mexico), ect. But if you ask an american to name a german beer, ...
Amazing! King Ludwig II was crazy but he has an amazing castle that was made for him. The weather was not the best but the castle was impressive non the less. Went inside but no pictures of course. For it's massive size the castle is not finished! King Ludwig died (possibly murdered) before it was finished so they stopped production. Beautiful view that I will alway ...
Taking a bus to get to the ticket centre is a cheaper alternative to getting to the Castles. 4.20 Euro per person return. We hiked to each castle. Good exercise to work off the Beer, Bratwurst and saurkraut. The castles were amazing; the story about how the castles came to be not medieval at all. 61 Million people have made the trek to see the castle...new count 61,000,002! Oh and Burt ...
... people themselves were clustered in teams behind closed doors, with the hallways all being interior. There were no cubes to separate desks either. Again, a nice tradeoff - no cube wall in exchange for huge open windows and views of the Alps. We ate lunch in the neighboring office building's cafeteria, which was another interesting experience. It was cheap food and they served huge portions. I had gnocchi, which was a bowl of pasta with some sort of cheese ...