Pfrontener Hof

Address: Tiroler Strasse 174, Pfronten, Bavaria, 87459, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Tiroler Strasse 174, Pfronten.
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    Neuschwanstein Castle

    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 26, 2015

    4 photos

    ... father who had died in a three-day illness. At that time, one of the very first orders he gave was to summon Richard Wagner to his court. There Ludwig II rescued the composer from a financial crisis which helped him to create new operasSoon after the death of his father, Ludwig II suffered a severe personal blow. As the region of Bavaria was allied with Austria, who in 1866 lost the war against the expanding Prussia, Bavaria was forced into an alliance with Prussia ...

    Castle In The Clouds

    A travel blog entry by hiltsfamily on Aug 09, 2015

    27 photos

    ... a few great German beers. As we were leaving the restaurant to walk back to our apartment we noticed an approaching storm and could see the lightning off in the distance. We decided we could make it back before it hit and started walking. It probably was our quickest walk of the trip as the storm got closer and closer and a couple of good bolts and cracks of thunder sent us running the last way to the house. We had a good laugh as we reached our apartment just ...

    (How to do) Neuschwanstein - Turning Japanese

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Aug 02, 2015


    It's now 3.30pm and unbelievably warm and sunny. Unbelievable because seven hours ago, when we set out for the Schloss, it was grey, dank and raining hard. How do you do Neuschwanstein? You book a reservation on the internet. It costs €1.80 extra. That's €1.80 we didn't spend but should have. Here's why. We arrived early at the Schloss, thinking we'd beat the queues. But you can't beat a queue on the internet. ...

    Just Looking

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Aug 01, 2015


    ... also something quite soporific about laying in bed in a tent listening to the patter of rain on the canvas. If it wasn't for the festival sized campsite and the occasional jet engines of the 747s taking off from the local airport it could almost have been idyllic. But that word, so far, can only be reserved for Alsace. Though Fussen is giving it a go. The romantic soul of Bavaria, it says here on the promotional magazine, and if it wasn't for the ...

    I need to marry a king...

    A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Jul 30, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... two down from our hostel. Luckily they had English menus, as we aren't always able to decipher the German. We had salads, burgers and cocktails as that was their evening special. Upon returning to our room we decided to go for a drink with two of our hostel mates. It was a lovely conversation of the struggles of travelling in Germany without knowing the language. One was from Brazil, and the other Korea. Tomorrow is our last full day in Munich, luckily it's supposed to be sunny and ...