Looking for a shop there in Garmisch-Partenkirchen that sells carved candles that has a "wooden" look to them and has the city's name carved into them please. Any help is appreciated! We are heading there this coming week (first full week in December).
thanks for the great links...websites seems fairly easy to use...my question : any suggestions on itineary (like train to middle Rhine then cruise), what locations to realisticly plan an over night, or head to Munich as basecamp. This is where I am lost....the travel/plus very "basic tourist look" around time at specific cities... any suggestions greatly appreciated!
I stayed at the Donauhotel with a Rexroth group on Augesberber Str. in 1980. Up the street / Augesberber Str. was a US officers club where a dinner reception was held. Does this still exist? All infromation is appreciated.
i am traveling to garmish next summer need advice on train travel from munich airport i will be buying a bayern ticket for two adults. do you need to stamp a bayern ticket. what connections is there. i have heard that when traveling from garmish back to airport that the train splits and the rear end goes to the airport only read about this on one website
I'm going to Bavaria next November and beginning my planning now, I will be traveling alone so I would like to line up some tours in advance. I'll be staying in Munich, if anyone has suggestions on actual tours I could set up it would be appreciated.
Thank you for the help!
Tickets are purchased and now we are choosing places to stay for our trip to Bavaria. We will be three adults (myself, my wife, mother in law, and our (then)four year old son. I am looking at vacation apartments and quite a few have a sofa bed as the second bed. Here in the US a sofa bed is typically a miserable contraption that is extremely uncomfortable-a thin mattress and bar under your back all night. Are German sofa beds similar, or are they much better? Second, most dinners we ate had more than generous portions, so is it ok to share our food with our son(keep in mind there will be three adults to share with him), or is this frowned upon?
Is it possible to do a day trip from Munich and visit all 3 places in ONE day using purely public transport in late December (around 21-22) or am I better off joining a tour from Munich? I plan to leave Munich as early as possible (7am), visit Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau castles first then make my way to Linderhof (if possible). Will appreciate any advice on how I can travel from Hohenschwangau to Linderhof using public transport.
My family are visiting me, and are keen to have christmas in Lichtenstein... any ideas of a place we could go? I suppose we are looking for a "charming chalet" to stay in, with a restaurant nearby that we can get christmas lunch.
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