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We had breaky with Clara and Helene while Teresa was out droving the teenage cows. It was lovely chatting with them both! Unexpectedly we were advised to get the van out before the road collapsed. So we quickly packed up and followed Clara out to safety. Unfortunately Teresa was still out droving so we didn't get a chance to say goodbye. The clouds started to clear and the afternoon was beautiful! We drove just over an hour ...
... here. Oh well, i have to eat.
I just love walking outside to be greeted by cold crisp air, and the sun bathing your face with warmth. It was a cold start to the day, but it did warm up to the mid teens. I took a train to the Hallstatt station. From there it was a ferry ride across the Hallstatt Lake. The water is almost a mirror, but the ever so slight breeze kills the perfect reflection. Hallstatt is a very small village on the edge of the ...
... town via the Panoramaweg and call in at our Gasthof to see when our room will be available. And not only is our room ready, but our luggage is also here. We celebrated with the trifecta - hot showers, hot chocolates and chocolate cake. Sensational. We dragged ourselves from the room and walked up to the main part of town via the backroads, but this is a pretty ...
... archeological dig guys - this is an active archeological dig as well as a tourist attraction. We headed down towards the lake with beautiful views of Obertraun and Hallstatt and the lake. This was a ridge walk with a rock wall along the left and recent evidence of lots of avalanches. In some places you ducked your head under the rock wall on a path that was 3 foot wide for some time. This part of the journey took about 2 hours as we headed to Steeg ...
... the guide in German. As it was an ice cave it got colder and colder. Most of the time it was 3 below zero. Quite wonderful caves with an amazing ability to stay cold during summer and keep ice levels the same. Not your usual stalactites and stalagmites ( there were some) but huge ice flows 25 metres thick and massive caves like halls. In fact they hold concerts each Friday in August in one if the "domes" After ending the cave tour we took a punt of the local ...