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Travel Blogs from Saalbach
... views over many mountains. David was immediately attracted to a group of classic, open-top sports cars and began talking to one German owner. Being left-hand drive, they were all made for export models including Austin-Healey, Triumph, and an E-type, but well cherished and in working order nonetheless. Moving on, our next major stop was at Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Hohe (2,369m) and in effect the end of the road since this leads you to the Pasterze Glacier and the ...
... each step as the height started to bother me, and the view from the top wasn't particularly different from the view at the bottom. Plus I didn't see any wildlife. I very slowly descended the ladder, and we carried on. Over the hill was a field with yellow flowers springing up everywhere, ala The Sound of Music. I took the opportunity to spin in a circle while Jess took photos. It was a close call, but I think Julie Andrews might have done it just a little ...
... was starting to have its effect, but I'm pretty sure I've lost weight - so maybe I'm just getting old! At the top of the waterfall was a vividly green, quickly flowing river feeding the fall, a path that continued for another couple of hours before you get to the waterfall source - a glacier (I think maybe that's why the river is so green?) - and a sign indicating that it was 30 minutes back to the village. I headed back, and not surprisingly made good time. On the way back down ...
... place that was closed yesterday, we passed a place called Vittoria that had spaghetti carbonara for 8.5 Euro. Not that the 50 Euro cents is anything particularly remarkable, but the fact that it had just won the carbonara test as a late entrant meant it warranted further attention. The more we looked, the more we liked the look of it. The blackboard on display noted that there was no cover charge and no service fee - so it was now winning the carbonara test by a couple of ...
... get to the Eagles Nest 70 years ago. Our first stop were the bunkers that lied hundreds of feet into the mountain. I wish I could have taken pictures (not allowed to) but wow, the bunkers were massive. It took some serious manpower to create this underground city. The walls of the tunnels are close to 5 feet thick and there are over 17 km of underground bunkers. Surprisingly, the bunkers were only used once. The next stop was the Eagle's Nest or ...
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