Gasthof zum Kirchenwirt
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... a beautiful old town on the lake. It was tricky to find somewhere to park but we decided to try the chairlift car park in Obertraun. We walked back to Hallstatt, about 40mins, and looked through town. We stopped at the Skull house where they keep old skulls that have been removed from their graves. It was strange but interesting! By time we got back to the van we unpacked our packs, cooked up some dinner and went to ...
... here. Oh well, i have to eat.
I just love walking outside to be greeted by cold crisp air, and the sun bathing your face with warmth. It was a cold start to the day, but it did warm up to the mid teens. I took a train to the Hallstatt station. From there it was a ferry ride across the Hallstatt Lake. The water is almost a mirror, but the ever so slight breeze kills the perfect reflection. Hallstatt is a very small village on the edge of the ...
We spent the morning at the salt mine. The tour starts with putting coveralls on. We then went on a mini train. If you were taller than 6 feet you have to be careful because there is not much headroom. The tunnels are very narrow. You start the tour by sliding down a 50 foot wooden slide to the mine. They explain how they mine the salt. There use to be a salt water ocean 14 million years ago that evaporated ...
... br> SERGEY RAKHMANINOV • Zdes´ khorosho (How nice it is here), Op. 21 No. 7
RICHARD STRAUSS • Nichts, Op. 10 No. 2
RICHARD STRAUSS • Die Nacht, Op. 10 No. 3
RICHARD STRAUSS • Breit´ über mein Haupt, Op. 19 No. 2
RICHARD STRAUSS • Glückes genug, Op. 37 No. 1
RICHARD STRAUSS • Leises Lied, Op. 39 No. 1
RICHARD STRAUSS • Einkehr, Op. 47 ...
... white and it is huge...it has a very pleasant courtyard with a church and today the sun was filtering through a large tree in the courtyard and created a very relaxed...tranquil atmosphere...it was beautiful....like most things in Austria it was built to a regimented pattern and for efficiency.....I admit that I was comparing it to the Palace of Versailles....which is not fair...but the Austrians were obviously very concerned about being practical and not ...