Moor & Mehr - BIO Kur-Hotel Bad Kohlgrub

Address: Spengelstrasse 6, Bad Kohlgrub, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavarian Alps, Bavaria, 82433, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Spengelstrasse 6, Bad Kohlgrub.
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    Travel Blogs from Bad Kohlgrub

    Fussen - Fun and Fabulous

    A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... drove; it's "Germany's Medieval heartland"). We had a good chuckle because it doesn't seem to matter where we go, Joe always finds the end of some road! From there, we headed to the banks of the Lech River and viewed the area where rafters and fishermen lived and worked. Interestingly, Mr. Steve's book pointed out that rafters in the 1500's would take cargo from Italy on it's way to Germany. They'd build massive rafts here and take goods and people to Augsburg! ...

    Fairytales Do Come True!

    A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... finished this tour, we took another VERY steep 10-minute hike up to Mary's Bridge, which was built nearly 100 years ago (it has been updated since so it's safe but it does give on the wooden planks a bit). The bridge was originally build for Ludwig's mother, as she loved to be outdoors and her spouse didn't think it was ladylike but made sure she was safe while she was out and about. The views of Neuschwanstein from the bridge were even more stunning than we ...

    Castles and Magic Kingdoms

    A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 12, 2014

    43 photos

    ... number. Between the main castle entrance and there are tons of people standing in front of the gate for their group to come up. We only waited about 20 minutes before our number came up, then we entered through the mysterious portal, up some stairs to a long hallway where we waited for our guide. Neuschwanstein was built by Bavarian King Ludwig II starting in 1869 as a summer palace and homage to Richard Wagner and his glorification of medieval times. ...

    King Ludwig's Castles

    A travel blog entry by massimino on Aug 25, 2014

    86 photos

    ... the castle. From Neuschwanstein, you could also see King's Ludwig's fathers castle on the opposite hill. In an effort to outdo his father, King Ludwig built a larger castle on a larger hill with the view of a larger lake, and that castle become Neuschwanstein Castle. However, King Ludwig did not stop there. Instead of one castle, he wanted 5. Before King Ludwig's death, only 3 of the 5 castles were built and even ...

    Going to Aileen's

    A travel blog entry by kuerbis on Jun 07, 2013

    12 photos

    ... a couple of the bars I made.

    I finished the HEROES episode I had been on, and finished packing. Tim had gone to help his grandpa make some hay, and I cut up the rest of the bars to leave with Tim and wrote him a little note.

    Tim came back and was afraid we were going to be late to get to the train station. I told him we would be fine, and we TOTALLY were.

    Tim walked me to my train, ...