G'Sund & Natur Hotel Die Wasnerin
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... that had been installed into the caves for Friday night concerts in the summer. This country is music crazy so I shouldn't have been surprised, but it was really weird to see a piano in the middle of the ice.
As we hiked back out of the caves towards the warmer air, the ice overhead began to drip and more than once I got drops of cold water down my back. YIKES! We finally exited the caves a few hundred meters from where we entered and hiked back down the hillside to ...
... Lake, which came into view as we passed through “Bad Ichl”. Two stops later we were dragging our luggage off the train and onto “Stephanie”, the little boat that takes train travelers to the other side of the lake to Hallstat. As luck would have it, the sun was shining and although there were some clouds, it was a warm summerlike day.
We got even luckier to find that our hotel was literally at front of the boat dock. We checked ...
This small little getaway town, felt like Austria's very own "Banff" if you will.
We met with 38 other people, including Ben's mom, dad and uncle John. And got to know more about the Freudenthaler history. Hearing stories and sharing photographs from the past, especially special for us were photographs of Ben's grandpa Alfred.
It was very clear to me that he ...
... pace. We did have a guide who led us around the country side, it did help the trip that she was attractive ha ha. She led our horses to the river where it was shallow enough for the horses to walk into. For once Neppi was more than happy to lead the way in and when we stepped hoofs into the water he decided to relieve himself and drop some fresh ***** into the fresh water! Our guide gave us all the chance do a gallop which hurts the Tuccus only after a short ...
... The caverns were magnificent, some nearly as big as a football field. Ice on the floors, walls, even an ice tunnel which we had to clamber through. No photos were allowed, so the picture is one from a postcard. One where I was particularly proud of myself for not freaking out! Dont do well underground, or tight spaces. We were 1km within the mountain, and 400m underground, and at that point, climbing DOWN the ice tunnel. ...