Travel Blogs from Walchsee
... alongside for parking the car and the other borders a grassed area which they describe as having your own little garden (lawn)! We are also 'plumbed in' for fresh and waste water, have magnificent mountain views and everything for our needs on site. Saturday, the car did not move as we strolled along the riverside path from the site into nearby Lofer, generally relaxed and got the washing dry. Internet connection made, we researched things to see and do in ...
... 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 ...
... get something for dinner. I came across these dumpling like things that looked really nice called grießnockerl which we decided to have for entree, and Jess found schnitzels and a packet of veggies that we could roast for dinner. When we started cooking, we met two Australians that live at the hostel permanently, both have been in Austria for over 10 years, and one of them has never bothered to learn any German. "Everyone in Austria speaks English anyway, why bother?" he ...
... they still sported long hair with shaved sides all pushed to one side - and they still had evidence of where various piercings and ear gauges used to be. They'd been travelling for half a year or so and had ridiculous stories to tell, including one about how they bought a car in the United States before they realised they weren't allowed to register it, so then they had to sell it at a loss. They seemingly didn't think to check this beforehand. Another was that he'd had some ...
... boat for the day. The lake was crowded, on and off the water, with people enjoying the weekend. All of the beaches were crowded with sun worshipers, the lakes surface hosted sailboats, motor boats, electric boats, paddle boats and fishermen. We counted a few hardy souls who were actually swimming...the lake is frigid at this altitude and this early in the summer!
We rode the boat into Tegernsee and wandered around the main street, finding ...
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Other places to stay in Walchsee
Johannesstrasse 1, Walchsee | 4 star hotelfrom $134
Johannesstrasse 20, Walchsee | 4 star hotelfrom $94
Kranzach 20 A, Walchsee | 4 star hotelfrom $213
Kalvarienweg 5, Walchsee | 3 star hotelfrom $58
Habichen 60 , Walchsee | Hotelfrom $61
Moosen 11, Walchsee | 2 star hotelfrom $39