Travel Blogs from Walchsee
... Aus. We saw Anni and Michael in Munich in May. We all went out to lunch at a beautiful outdoor Tyrolean restaurant in the hills overlooking Kufstein. Back to relax and sit in the garden of the cottage overlooking the lake that had belonged to Anni's maternal grandmother. Then out to dinner overlooking the lake before all the travellers returned to Munich. Anni had arranged a lay-day for us at the hotel tomorrow, to catch up on ...
Drove the few kilometres to Oberammergau. I had been there in 2010 with my sister and brother in law to see the Passion Play, performed all summer of each decade since 17th century in thanks for being spared the plague. The Playhouse seats over 4000, and there are at least 100 performances each season. The village is still busy, even in non-play years. Looked at ...
Packing up yesterday paid dividends this morning as we were quick to check out and get on the road. We ate in the town last night and had one final sauna / swim before bed & an early start today. The drive today is one of the nicest we've had. It's a long way, 4 hours, but mostly through towns and resorts so lots to look at - stunning scenery; more wooden houses bursting with flowers, over flowing as if in competition (maybe they are?) and big mountains, really ...
... that in German the word is 'schneidergras' which we think meant that it was a grass cut but if it was then German grass is savage. After some more screaming and arguing Jess was eventually able to clean and disinfect the cut which seems to run all across the underside of the little toe so is quite tough to see and get access too, especially if Ruby is not co-operating. So since we were not going to be doing much today Lily and I cycled up to town to do a ...
... and walked around and doubled back and down into a car park and up again before finding the entrance which really wasn't very obvious at all. We managed to get Lily some sandals with surprisingly few dramas, it probably helped that the lady in the shop gave the girls balloons which kept them amused while we were there. On the road again and we hardly even noticed where we crossed the border, everything just seemed a lot more ...
Other places to stay in Walchsee
Johannesstrasse 1, Walchsee | 4 star hotelfrom $134
Johannesstrasse 20, Walchsee | 4 star hotelfrom $94
Kranzach 20 A, Walchsee | 4 star hotelfrom $213
Kalvarienweg 5, Walchsee | 3 star hotelfrom $58
Habichen 60 , Walchsee | Hotelfrom $61