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... supermarket on the way to the flat and we arrived at Dallach 94/8 about 4.30pm. The flat has central heating so is very cosy, a living room-lounge-kitchen, a bedroom with a double bed!(seems like single after our king) and a bathroom etc. the view from the balcony down the lake is superb. Unfortunately it has been overcast and rainy since we arrived so we have not seen it at its best yet. Some sun is on the way we hope! Our major disappointment has been to find ...
... salt from the nearby mine there since prehistoric times, thus making it the earliest known salt mine in Europe if not the world. Hallstatt has a population of just under a thousand residents, but with the influx of tourists coming to see this stunning mountain retreat the town clearly swells, thus making it’s streets rather crowded.
The road to Hallstatt runs through stunningly green mountain valleys ...
Monday 13th October An easy tourist day today. Had a lovely breakfast and chat with the only other guest who gave us some good pointers for Italy. Walked down to Lake Wolfgang where we got the ferry across, a mere 300m, but I think too cold to swim. Rode up the Schafberg cog railway, originally built in 1893, to the top at 1782 m. The railway is steam driven but we were with one of the new engines that was built in 1995, rather than one of the originals. The ...
... this has become somewhat of an annual pilgrimage, usually to the Istrian peninsula and Rovinj which we love, but this year we have decided to venture a little further afield and take the coast road as far south as Dubrovnik, poking our nose into Montenegro to visit another of the 14 villages in Europe called Malta and then making our way back overland through part ...
... that had been installed into the caves for Friday night concerts in the summer. This country is music crazy so I shouldn't have been surprised, but it was really weird to see a piano in the middle of the ice.
As we hiked back out of the caves towards the warmer air, the ice overhead began to drip and more than once I got drops of cold water down my back. YIKES! We finally exited the caves a few hundred meters from where we entered and hiked back down the hillside to ...