Natur und Wellnesshotel Hoeflehner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... short excerpts later in the evening. The choir has been to China for a two week tour so are pretty serious. Friday 17th October A long 25km in front of us today so decided to cheat a bit and take the bus for the first 5-6km as it was only through our town and the next. Had an interesting chat with the driver who had been telling the other passengers about a big drug bust in the town. We picked up on the drug words and asked him about it. He said Altausee used to be a huge ...
... as a breed unto itself and can be seen doing things all across the globe that most cultures would consider quite inconsiderate to others and the places. My mom was run over several times by such creatures, and if there is any sort of queuing, fuhgetaboutit! As we stayed longer the buses seemed to slowly disappear and the town started to settle down. Clearly this place must be very low key and peaceful at night, or at ...
... negotiate and find in places. Wonderful outlooks along the way up steep valleys and rock faces. Had a breather at the top and then headed down. Even steeper on this side with little in way of a track so had to follow the markers on the trees to find the way. We both had spills on the way down as the autumn leaves made things slippery after the rain, but nothing serious. Pleased to get down and have some lunch. From here we followed the river, initially ...
... to finish the journey. I can't believe how stunning the scenery is, certainly gives NZ and Canada a run for their money. Arrived at Bad Ischl and found the place where we had our briefing for the walk and collected all the necessary vouchers. They even gave us a free schnapps. Found our way to the hotel (at the other end of town) and went for a walk around the town. First had lunch at a bakery, had no idea what we had, all local ...
... the day, we were in the first group of the day to tour the caves.
As per the tours we had taken so far in Austria, the guide gave the tour in both German and English. The tour started with a little history of the caves. The caves have been open to visitors since 1913 (can't imagine hiking through there back then because I am certain they didn't have a guide, walking platforms or any other conveniences we had. We also learned that the ice is formed by water which seeps from ...