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... of the lake and mountains. 21.10.14 Rain, rain and rain, plus fog. We were going to go to a Laundromat but they are on holidays for a week. The lady at the Pension has offered to do our laundry gratis, but we will pay her. Went for a drive to Bad Ischel, pronounced Baaad Ischel and walked around, during the drive all the council workers were putting orange extensions on the guide posts in preparation for the snow falls. Yesterday all the locals were busy mowing and ...
... through this we continued along the Rettenbachtal Valley, still with the towering cliffs on either side, but not as narrow, and gradually got wider and lower as we walked steadily, but gently downhill. Plenty of side tributaries to the main river that would be quite something to see crash down the slopes with the spring melt. Not sure that the track would be passable then. Stopped part way along for a break and a snack and took shelter at one of the many shrines we have ...
... looking rural villages and farmlands. At several points it was barely paved and shrank down to a single lane for both directions as it snaked through the countryside and eventually the woods. Clearly it was a popular motorcycle trip being there were a disproportionate amount of riders out taking its curves. Eventually it lead us to a lake cut out of the side of a mountain and eventually a tunnel through that mountain ...
... 35 minutes with one stop on the way. Views from the top were 360o and superb on such a clear day. Could see everywhere we had walked and where we are going pretty much. Ride back down was quite jolting as the cogs were engaged. Back at the base we then explored the town of St Wolfgang. This town is just beautiful with magnificent Austrian architecture. Walked the streets, did some shopping, had lunch, visited the pilgrimage church with its famous altar by ...
... br> We had our cabbie let us off at the far end of the village and we wandered back through so I could stop at the bank. We had decided to grab some lunch and then catch “Stephanie” back to the train station for the train trip to Bad Ischl and then the bus trip to Salzberg. (We had been advised to get off the train at Bad Ischl and catch the bus because the bus route was through the scenic Salzkammergut district (the lake district) outside of Salzberg.
So we ...