Travel Blogs from Bad Kohlgrub
... world where he could live like a King of the middle ages. Neuschwanstein Castle was erected with the mountains as a backdrop. The Castle was fitted wi ?th the latest technology but it was furnished and built in medieval styles. The inside of the castle was as extravagant as the outside. The castle, though, was only 1/3 complete before the mysterious death of Ludwig when he drowned in Lake Starnberg. Ludwig’s castle is now one ...
After a very pleasant dinner by the lake last night, we had an early night. Was a good idea as it meant we got an early start.
Brekky at 745am courtesy of our host at the Romantic Pension Albrecht...bit like a B&B.
Off to buy the tickets and it was quieter than yesterday afternoon. Castle 1 at 9:20am and Castle 2 at 11:55am.... I haven't used their right names as they are way too long and hard to spell.
Lesson 1 ...get here early, ...
... much it will tell you
Now when you are out walking, and not sure if you should turn left or right, bring up your map. Touch in the bottom right to centre the map on your location....walk a bit and watch the cursor move.
You can't do a search but it is very useful nonetheless. And by the way it will work best if you leave wifi turned on, even if it is not connected!
Sounds more complicated than it is...try it at home ...
... The train finally arrived and we boarded. That journey was another boring one. When we got to Stuttgart, we headed to Fellbach and slept. Thank you Dad for bringing us to see Neuschwanstein. Nadzha didn't think she'll see but she did. Thank you for the filling meal. Thank you for your protection in taking us there and back. Thank you that no harm came upon us. Thank you for the funds to visit the place. In Your Mighty Name. ...
... my passport number on it, she said I had to, or rather pointed to me to do it. The instructions I had with it said if I did it I invalidated the pass. Hmmm....then I ask the Information desk about the fact my train did not have a platform yet, and he just said "ticket office" and repeated it. He wouldn't even tell me where the platforms were.
I figured that out of course no thanks to the poster boy for **** customer service, but then the train was 30 minutes ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed