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I better backtrack a bit, before leaving Vienna we had dinner with Ilse, Dieter and Inge. I really don't know why we have been going to restaurants because Ilse's meal was the best we have eaten bar none, with Turkey breast pieces in a garlic sauce, mushrooms and a Rissoni. It was fabulous. But it was a tough night saying goodbye to them all after they looked after us so well and we became a lot closer. Lots of tears and emotion, we sure will miss them, lucky there is Skype. ...
... we got, the more the haze reappeared. Had not missed it while in Austria. Walked to our apartment which is near the old city walls and arena. It is modern in decor after a recent refurbishment. All mod cons and flash. Went to a restaurant suggested by our host, and were lucky with our timing as we virtually went straight in. By the time we were finished people were outside in the street having drinks while waiting their turn. No wonder it is popular with the locals, pizzas were ...
Just southwest of Salzburg in Austria's scenic Salzkammergut lake district was a waypoint in our journey toward Vienna, a place I had only recently heard of but knew we wouldn’t want to miss: Hallstatt. This tiny mountain hamlet lies right between the base of a limestone mountain and the Hallstatter See, a placid alpine lake, making it perhaps the most naturally scenic place on our trip. The town has been inhabited ...
... clear and have plenty of alpine river features like whirlpools etc. Further up the valley we came across two dams that were built to help get the logs out. They block off the dam to fill up behind them with water, then release the water to get the logs downstream. We don't think they are used any more however. From here we started to climb, had to get over a saddle at 1333m, the highest point of the total walk. A 700m climb, very steep and path was ...
... plateau down into the cave through small cracks. In the higher part of the cave, the dripping water hits the limestone rock and creates stalactites. However, the further you go into the caves, the colder the air so when the water penetrates deeper into the caves, it freezes and forms magnificent ice shapes. During the summer warm arm flows into the caves and cause melting, but during the winter, the ice caves grow because of the freezing air flowing into the caves.