G'Sund & Natur Hotel Die Wasnerin
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We had breaky with Clara and Helene while Teresa was out droving the teenage cows. It was lovely chatting with them both! Unexpectedly we were advised to get the van out before the road collapsed. So we quickly packed up and followed Clara out to safety. Unfortunately Teresa was still out droving so we didn't get a chance to say goodbye. The clouds started to clear and the afternoon was beautiful! We drove just over an hour ...
My ride into Austria is by a mini bus. There are no buses that do this route, so you get a mini bus which is shared with others going in a similar direction. I had to share with some Chinese going to Obertraun. The journey was very nice and comfortable. Plenty of green scenery along the way. Once we were in Austria the roads opened up into highways, and no doubt prices of everything will be a lot dearer in Austria than the Czech Republic.
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Day 10 - Goisererhutte to Gosau Today started with a lonely breakfast with only us tucking into the pumpernickel and nutella/jam. It was looking like a short walk down 900m to Gosau - which was confirmed once we got to Gosau. The weather was a little shady, a bit of rain which was the first we'd seen since the start of the trip. This made it a little bit slippery, ...
... what it could do with this particular path, Annie saw a small green flag waving in the wind, another 50 feet above. And hoped for her ears' sake that this was the destination for the day - and it was. Goisererhutte is situated right on the edge. It is newly renovated and can accommodate up to 30+ people in dorms. Last weekend it had over 500 people come for food and drinks and was full for accommodation. Tonight there was Annie, Rob, another ...
... the guide in German. As it was an ice cave it got colder and colder. Most of the time it was 3 below zero. Quite wonderful caves with an amazing ability to stay cold during summer and keep ice levels the same. Not your usual stalactites and stalagmites ( there were some) but huge ice flows 25 metres thick and massive caves like halls. In fact they hold concerts each Friday in August in one if the "domes" After ending the cave tour we took a punt of the local ...