Treff Alpenhotel Kronprinz Berchtesgaden
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So not a very peaceful night Bobby has taken to talking (very loudly) in his sleep. With that and multiple loo trips its was a very disturbed sleep. Heh ho never mind. Today will be spent doing the last bits of washing (towels and bedding) and swimming in the lake. Charlotte has requested that we go off to a nearby park so we will give that a go ...
Good morning all its a lovely day in Wolfgangsee. Today I will be widow twanky. We have accumulated quite a bit of washing but the upside is it will dry in no time. All I gotta do is suss out how to use the washing machine. In Austria they speak a form of German it's just not German, so there are words I don't recognise but lots that I do. The kids have spent much of the day playing with their new friends the GBers! Aka Tia and Jay. The ...
... to get dressed and oaks with vivid green foliage the first to be ready for summer. The houses were also close to the line or perched on gentle rolling hills with the dark granite mountains looming over them. They were typical alpine houses, often quiet large with dark wooden verandas and small gabled windows. Our guest house ( it was only 550 meters from the station,) as it was raining, and we were not ...
... reason Eagles Nest was preserved was that it was under Allied control until 1952 and a German official decided that it could be used to generate tourism for the area. As a result, all of Eagle's Nest is as it was when the Allies took over. The elevator was something else covered completely from floor to ceiling in brass. There was even an old clock and telephone dating to the early 1940s.
The doors opened at Eagles Nest to reveal the three original rooms, including ...
... It also told the story of Hitler’s key men who were younger than him and brutal in all repects.
The day was perfect, warm and sunny (unusual for this area in Austria), so when we reached the summit, the views were spectacular (we can understand why Hitler loved this area so much). There are a couple of steps necessary to get into the Eagle’s Nest building, which was still 400 feet above us where ...