Romantik Hotel Sonne
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... only the foundation for the keep which is still visible.However, Ludwig’s behavior was in the long run not compatible with
his duties as a head of state. Reality was knocking on Ludwig’s door 1885 as foreign banks threatened to seize his property due to his overwhelming depts. The construction of the castle had cost him a fortune.
When Ludwig refused to react rationally, he was declared insane by the government, and interned in Berg Palace. ...
... 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 ...
... at 9am and queued for half an hour (two hour queues had been mentioned). And, buying our ticket at 9.30 the first tour was for...12.55pm. Those previous three and a half hours were taken up with pre-booked Japanese tours of which more in a minute. But first, here's how you really do Neuschwanstein. You roll up at the castle car park (6 euros). You go straight to the bus queue and buy a round bus trip for €2.60). You ...
... again, due to Germany being on holiday) you could see how the scenery would fit the romantic bill. Once away from the crowds of Bodensee the roads freed themselves up to cut through lush countryside, first resembling a giant market garden (I never appreciated Germany did so much fruit growing) and then through even more verdant rolling hills largely free of housing, giving rise to wide open spaces like a huge lush Exmoor. And, being Germany, ...
... 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 ...