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Today was another day where plans fell through, Brendan nearly died and we ended up freezing at a bus stop in the middle of nowhere- but not all was lost.
We decided a trip into the Austrian Alps would be a nice break from the buzz of Salzburg. I suggested the Lammer Geoge, an hour bus ...
... to expect of the tour, but were extremely surprised with how detailed and entertaining it was. Immediately entering the tour, we were given miners clothes to put on. Then there was a large room with extra large pictures of the mine throughout the centuries and what life was like to be apart of it. Our tour guide then walked us 300 meters (nearly 1000 feet) into the mine through a deep tunnel in the mountain. We learned all about how the salt was deposited billions of years ago when a ...
... An additional positive event was a timely email from a fellow traveller we had met in Albania. We knew they were from Austria but had no idea where. It turned out they were back from an amazing 19000Km trip and lived nearby. It was good to hear from them. They gave us a great contact to get advice on the awning AND they dropped by to have morning coffee with us. It was super to see Sonja and Herbert and Griess (car) ...
... the 1960's when the Catholic Church approved the practice of cremation. So I assume you rest for 12 peaceful years in the cemetery and then are cremated to make room for the recently deceased. We saw a fresh grave there where a lady had just been buried a week or so earlier.
Hallstatt was very memorable, and we enjoyed our train ride back to Vienna on Sunday afternoon. Austria is truly a beautiful country.
... and served up promptly. Just as well as it was a big 'un, and the trip lasts just 45 minutes. St Wolfgang is bigger and even more touristy than St Gilgen. More costumes, more lederhosen, more busloads of Chinese. We repeat our French light lunch with tartes flambee and wine, though called something different in Austria. Good anyway, though not up to French cuisine standards. After inspecting all the shops and buying nothing more ambitious ...