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... found a different path near the gorge, climbing bridge rails etc etc to get some decent photos.
Still alive, we traveled back to Salzburg slowly, walked the river by night and checked out the cathedral all while consuming pumpkin soup, chocolate, apple strudel and coffee.
... there it was a series of trains and buses for the next 8 hours until we reached Obertraun: 1 car ride, 2 buses, and 5 different trains total through the Alps. See our itinerary and map below. Our bed and breakfast was located in Obertraun, only a few miles from Hallstatt. Mark and Jane, along with their two teenage children, own and manage the place. Originally from London, they escaped the stressed out city life to enjoy family and nature in Austria. They were some of the ...
... be ordered from the manufacturer in Italy. The weather has turned cold and without the awning, we cannot put on the “privacy room”. It’s turned cold very quickly and in fact on Wednesday 14 October we woke to a frosting of snow on the mountains. We therefore decided to leave this beautiful area earlier than we’d planned. We will head southwards to get a bit warmer. Once we find a base we like, ...
... honoring Saint Rupert who was credited with helping to restore Christianity to the area in the early 700's. On Saturday people were dressed in native clothing, and there was music to be heard on every corner. Of course, there were plenty of Austrian foods to be sampled. One of their "slap dances" was especially entertaining, and I was able to get a short video of the way they made their dance interesting with their ...
... 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 ...