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In the seven years since we arrived here in Austria we have not had a summer holiday. Running a busy biker hotel leaves little time for anything else. Not that we are complaining, It's been a lot of fun in itself. We have had holidays of course but only in our off season. 2015 is a year of big changes for us, with this being our last season here. The hotel has been sold and the new owners are gradually taking over. We are starting to think ...
... stone. Clothing and tools quite unusual, but completely intact."
But I was so wet and frazzled, that it all seemed too hard. Then when I saw it was €23 (for Seniors) each we decided not to do it. The cloud made the funicular ride (half of the fee) a bit pointless, and I'd already read about the mine - I just wanted to go on the slide!
Our room wasn't ready (check in was 2pm and it was 12.15), so we left our bags and went ...
... the town we're staying in and it was a really beautiful place with lots of neat looking rock and tons of clear running water. It was a pretty hike that took an hour or two and there was a waterfall at the end of it. We took lots of pictures there!
Later this evening we took a nice long walk and enjoyed the scenery around us. We're right in the middle of the mountains, so there's a lot of pretty scenery to take ...
... the magnificent Grossglockner drive we head to Hallstatt a small authentic Austrian village perched on the edge of the lake. Pop 720 and the men dress in leather pants and Austrian ladies look like dolls in their traditional dresses……. except for the 3000 Japanese and American tourists it’s Austrian Fairy land. We had arrived in late and nearly all the hotel/pensions were full and I don’t think they needed a couple of Aussies to add to the mix. Five kms away ...
... up. Plus there was this very deep cave in which you looked down, but you are standing on a ledge, with a proper barrier, straight down. It was like one of those children's stories. The cave was discovered in 1910 and it is growing depending on the rain and melted snow. We came out above the entrance and walked 1 km through the cave. After the walk down which was very fast, I spoke to a young PHD student from Iran who had just completed her studies in Vienna. I ...