G'Sund & Natur Hotel Die Wasnerin
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... camped. It was a lovely night of luxury only metres from the old town, and still cost half the price you’d pay for a roadside hotel in the middle of nowhere in Australia!
We packed the car and headed down to the rafting office, from where we were transported to a town further up river. After a delay for our raft to arrive, we were glad to be on the cool water, the sun a perfect temperature at 30-something degrees and not a cloud ...
... harder as campsites get busier with more people on holidays. Eventually I could take this doing nothing no longer and I got everyone organised to go for a swim in the lake. It was nice to cool off and wash the heat away so we swam for a while and then had an ice cream before we came back to Sven. Since it does seem to rain every morning we decided to pack ...
Our family has a shameful secret to confess. Well mostly it is Jessica but the girls too, not me but I am tarnished by association. The only reason we came to Austria is to do a Sound of Music tour and today was the day we had been waiting for. This is the main reason that Jess wanted to buy the dresses for the girls yesterday, she wanted to dress them up as we went on the tour. So we bounced out of bed early and got ready to ...
... family house and we saw the pavilion and we took some pictures outside it. The tour was quite fun because we got to sit down all day. When we got back we went for a swim in the lake and saw some fish in the lake. It was cold at first but then it warmed up and then after we went to the lake we went out for dinner. For dinner I had schnitzel and chips and salad, it was ...
... for the girls to have a play and for all of us to have a go on the giant swing. On we went to Sankt Wolfgang which was to be our turning point and we parked the bikes and had a bit of a walk around. This was a real Austrian tourist village with giant chalets everywhere with floral balconies and tour buses filling up the carpark. Jess decided that she wanted to buy the girls a nice Austrian style dress, not quite a dirndl but you probably ...