Travel Blogs from Hohenschwangau
... and had lunch whilst we waited for the time slot in which we were allocated. Visits to the castle can only be undertaken with a guide and it must be booked at the ticket office at the bottom of the hill.
We had lunch at a little cafe at the bottom of the hill which was delicious and then made our way (by bus) to the top.
I copied this little excerpt from Wikipedia as its pretty accurate and sums up what I wanted to ...
I've spent the last couple of days walking around Kaufbueren. Alex and his cousin Yula and myself have been going to the city center most everyday. Not to sound arrogant but I'm a little surprised at how few people here speak English. I was under the impression it was pretty common but it must be more centered around bigger cities. Most people here are pretty patient and I've gotten by pretty well so far. Traffic actually stops ...
Rained all day but wandered around old city constructed abutting a huge cliff into which has been dug the massive car park. The beautiful quadrangles spoilt by stalls being erected for impending market? Introduced to Salzburger Nockerl, beaten egg whites/meringue over hot ...
... when he grabbed it he he he!! No serious injury. He was still not quite over it today….)
Ben found a gym to train in in one of the tiny villages we spent the night in, the first gym he had ben to in four months! To say he was excited was an understatement and he had to give himself a little talking to so he wouldn’t overdo it…still managed to be pretty achy for ...
Break journey by stopover en route. Exciting start driving Elise car, manual car following Geo at 130-150kph in Belgium. A little slower in France but adapted readily to driving RHS but forget the clutch at times, especially at toll gates. CC is old hilltop village, interesting renovation of very old house. Dinner provided by "mein ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed