Schloss Elmau is the fancy (of course it is) five-star pad where our leaders are staying while we struggle to pay our bills.
And you can check it out for yourself on their site.
The specs have Schloss Elmau as boasting rushing streams in Elmau Valley, an Alpine nature reserve, 100 km south of Munich.
They flag up a casual Luxury Resort, Spa Retreat & Cultural Hideaway.
And recommend their yoga, tajiquan (no, me neither) and sports.
While foodies are naturally more than catered for, readers with a phenomenal bookstores and classicos with the best concerts.
We checked out Schloss Elmau.
And whether because of our reputation or high heid-yins are staying there, it was booked out long-term.
And so we looked at the charming village of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, 15km west, instead.
Garmisch you probably identify with skiing and you would be right.
And it was Garmisch where the Germans went in 1936 to hold the Winter Olympics.
You’ll see too the winners from those Games adorning walls in bar/restaurants.
And wonder too about whether you could leap off ski jumps as you pass by the village jump.
Gorge on the Gorge
A natural monument for 110 years, the gorge i2,303 ft long and, in places, over 260 ft deep and there is constant running water.
So go before you enter… and I’m talking to you President Biden.
Partnach Gorge advise though not to visit until after Tuesday because of the G7.
While the G7 leaders live it up in Schloss Elmau you can economise.
By staying in a small double room at the Olympiahaus for £84, say overnight on October 3.