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... even though they had listed parking available. So we found a temporary parking spot on the road and ran into the hotel to check in and find out where to park. The receptionist explained that the parking garage was back towards the bridge and that it was a small parking garage. We had to turn around to get back to the bridge but there were too many one-way streets surrounding us to make it an easy venture. So I closed my eyes and promised not to say a word as ...
... and well above the clouds, I was a little less nervous and ready to go. Our first run was a disaster. We made a wrong turn (suggested by myself – good one Lo) and went down 1A instead of 1B. The hill wasn’t too bad but when we got down a little further we had two choices. One was to continue down a very steep hill which was no longer a blue or take a 't bar’ up to another hill. After watching a few people manage the t bar we ...
... responded, "And a rootie tootie fresh and fruity to you too!" We made friends with a group of people from Thailand on the train. Even though they didn't understand very much English, my dad still managed to make them laugh out loud. Our next stop was the Neuschwanstein castle about an hour from Garmisch. The owners of our hotel laughed at us when we told them that we were going to drive up there the same ...
... Austrian rule was restored. Until 1918, the town (one of the 4 autonomous towns in Tyrol) was part of the Austrian monarchy (Austria side after the compromise of 1867), head of the district of the same ...
... in the
authentic style of the old German knights' castles", as he wrote in a
letter to Richard Wagner.
The castle was built by Eduard Riedel and Georg Dollmann from
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services