Hotel MOHR Life Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rocky location such as this, is quite hard. Despite the modern building techniques, the construction process was difficult and complicated. Even though it was built rather quickly compared to other great castles, it was not built as rapidly as the founder of the castle - Ludwig II - had hoped.
Neuschwanstein Castle consists of the gatehouse which one walks through when entering, the Knights House with a square tower to the right and a citadel in front of the ...
... a few great German beers. As we were leaving the restaurant to walk back to our apartment we noticed an approaching storm and could see the lightning off in the distance. We decided we could make it back before it hit and started walking. It probably was our quickest walk of the trip as the storm got closer and closer and a couple of good bolts and cracks of thunder sent us running the last way to the house. We had a good laugh as we reached our apartment just ...
... per cable. Each car fit around 40 people on board at a time. We had to line up for around 1.5 hours to get on. But it was worth the wait! As we zoomed up the cable we watched as the world got smaller and smaller below us and the horizon opened up. On arrival at the top, we were marshalled into the visitors centre. Rob made a snap decision that we should get on the next cable car to the glacier. This was a novel thought, however meant traveling 400m ...
It's strange for me to say this, but it was too hot in the room to sleep! The central heating was on, even though it was only 13-14 degrees out. Around 1am, an hour after falling asleep straight after I wrote last nights blog, I woke up and opened the window. The hotel is situated right next to a solidly moving stream, feeding the many lakes falling away from St Moritz. The stream provided a rather relaxing white noise to fall asleep to and the window a good relief ...
... save for a quick mention of a connection with Wagner. And the cave, trust me, is far less interesting, though no less mad, than it sounds. The views, however, are something else. On one side lakes, on the other impressive mountains, you can at least see why the mad reluctant King built the thing where he did. So what of that three and a half hour wait? Mostly in the rain before the sky's cleared? Japanese watching. A ...