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May 21, 2002
When we arrived at the hotel we entered the front door to find the place empty. Hearing some talking behind a door, I opened it to see a meal being served. I spotted someone who seemed to be in charge and told them that we had reservations. She said, "Alpenrose?" and I said "Yes." She told us to go back outside, down the driveway and into another door. So we did this and once again encountered an empty hotel. A phone had a sign on it in German with a phone number to call. We called it and the owner answered. She said she would be right down. She got to the desk, checked us in and gave us our key. Her daughter and her daughter's boyfriend came in and she told them to show us our room. We followed them outside again and into the boyfriend's car. They loaded our suitcases and us into the car and drove us two doors down to Christina's Guesthaus. The daughter pointed to the building and told us our rooms were upstairs. By now we were REALLY confused. We went into the hotel and there were no lights on and no one was there. Our key said "Wiesensee" so we began to search for the room with that name.
We climbed up three flights of stairs (there was no elevator) and found our room at the very top. We opened the door and found ourselves in a very large suite. In the ceiling there are two skylights which open up and show us a view of mountains and the town below. One skylight was over our bed. We looked at the stars for hours. The room also included a full kitchen, which we didn't use. We still are not sure on why we weren't staying at the Alpenrose, but we are glad that we were able to stay in such a beautiful room.
From journal Bavarian Honeymoon