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- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... more than a store. Newly designed in 2007 it is the biggest Swarovski shop in the world with a unique selection imbedded in a fiction starting at night with a starry sky and guiding you through dawn and sunrise into a dome of altering daylight.
Finally the Giant’s garden awaits you with a maze, an alpine garden and extraordinary objects, insights and ...
... to the town of **** (lol). It took us a little over an hour to reach the train station at Garmish-Partenkirchen. We bought tickets and awaited to board our train for an adventure to Zugspitze, a mountain peak that goes by the tagline "Top of Germany". Not to be mistaken with the tagline for Jungfraujoch in Switzerland "Top of Europe". Zugspitz (nearly 3000m) is the main attraction on this route. However we purchased the "2 peaks" package and also ...
... did want to get some photos of the castle from the nearby suspension bridge that offers the best views. This castle is famous as it was the inspiration form Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty's castle. The castle receives 1.3 million visitors a year and in peak summer days, over 6000 visitors, and were they all here today or what? The walk up the steep climb took around 20 minutes, and in the midday sun and 33 degrees, some of us were a bit grumpy, not to mention ...
... true - there are stretches of the autobahn that literally have no speed restrictions. Jason loved that ;) We cross into Austria and arrive in Innsbruck, where we only planned to stop by on our way to Zürich, Switzerland, but the captivating scenery and atmosphere sucks us in. We end up spending almost the entire day there, walking around to check out all that Innsbruck has to offer us. It is such a cute little town! After checking out the Golden ...
... proud that I too left my vanity behind, as there was only time to brush my teeth. The team had mixed reviews of the museum. Some said it was strange, bizarre or terrible. However, I say it was fascinating. I was pleased the boys had an opportunity to stretch their imaginations and celebrate culture European style. The museum was a maze of rooms each separated by heavy velvet curtains. The first room was anatomically correct mannequins that were de-constructing and ...