Travel Blogs from Füssen
... and had lunch whilst we waited for the time slot in which we were allocated. Visits to the castle can only be undertaken with a guide and it must be booked at the ticket office at the bottom of the hill.
We had lunch at a little cafe at the bottom of the hill which was delicious and then made our way (by bus) to the top.
I copied this little excerpt from Wikipedia as its pretty accurate and sums up what I wanted to ...
... crossing. No, seriously. You don't have to fear for your life crossing with a green walk sign while cars are turning. Traffic signs don't have any words on them which is pretty much like the government saying "Hey you're not stupid you know what this sign means by its shape and color". Lots of smokers and cigarette vending machines at random places. Really, really like how people dress here. Definitely going to be taking ...
Rained all day but wandered around old city constructed abutting a huge cliff into which has been dug the massive car park. The beautiful quadrangles spoilt by stalls being erected for impending market? Introduced to Salzburger Nockerl, beaten egg whites/meringue over hot ...
... for free. Gran & Grampy thank you for recommending this route, we really liked it!
(a small add-on to the last blog here that I had forgotten somehow – Ben accidently grabbing the electric fence when we were watching the mountain biking last week in Saalbach was HYSTERICAL, he seems a little overly-scared of them from past experiences and let out a little yelp like ...
Break journey by stopover en route. Exciting start driving Elise car, manual car following Geo at 130-150kph in Belgium. A little slower in France but adapted readily to driving RHS but forget the clutch at times, especially at toll gates. CC is old hilltop village, interesting renovation of very old house. Dinner provided by "mein ...
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility