Travel Blogs from Obertauern
... a black shiny Alpine Salamander (we thought it was a lizard) and snow!! We had a snow fight in the snow. On our way down mum and the boys took a short cut, but dad and Amelia took a even bigger one. We then found the gondola and beside it was a restaurant were we had some ...
... br> From there we hiked to the "Millstaetter Huette" where we had hot soup and something to drink.
After lunch, we hiked to the "Alexanderhuette."
From there back to our starting point, the Schwaigerhuette.
I had a meager breakfast with Matt (the Australian) and the Brits this morning before I checked out to head to Hallstatt! I have been looking forward to this side trip ever since I booked it! Luckily, Matt came with me since he also wanted to see the town. I said good bye to my favorite (and only!) British friends and Matt and I went to the train station to start the journey. We had to make a change at a little village and after the change the ...
Yes, you guessed it. We woke up early AGAIN to have breakfast at the hotel and take the car... Parking was free only until 9am! After quite a bit of traffic, and after driving in Austria-Germany-Austria-Germany (and after driving on highways with unmarked speed limits where Mark had a bit of fun!), we arrived in Berchtesgaden, a municipality in the German Bavarian alps, where we visited the town by foot which included a walk through a gorgeous cemetery, and then we drove ...
We started off the day with breakfast at our B&B. Not exactly a gourmet meal, but satisfactory, and the view from the breakfast room was really quite gorgeous. After breakfast, we headed off on a walk to the Waldbachstrub waterfalls, a two hour return trip. The first part of the walk took us through the more rural area of Hallstatt, where we saw some very picturesque houses, some small monuments to local people, and sheep, goats and horses. The ...
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