Natur und Wellnesshotel Hoeflehner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
The milk maids were up at 6am to milk the cows! We joined them at 8.30am for a delicious breaky spread including fruit, muesli and yoghurt + meat, cheese and bread. A great start to the day! Teresa was given the day off, so the three of us went hiking up to Weißeck, a 3hr climb to 2711m. The summit was under cloud but we got some beautiful glimpses of the alps on the hike up. It was freezing at the summit. The cold ...
... of the mountain, it gets rough, rocky and steep in parts. So after a few gruelling hours i make it to the hut. Seems i am not alone as there are other hikers here enjoying the stunning views. I take a seat, order a bowl of soup and sit back to enjoy the views. After talking to one of the hikers, he tells me there are even better views to be had, it just involves more climbing. So i take the challenge and yes the views of the Dachstein Mountains are ...
... and had teo ask three people for directions from there! But we found it, and were put straight to work milking the cows! Teresa and the other milk maid, Clara, made a special German dish for dinner (Spätzle) which was amazing! Best Austrian meal yet ...
... with a post office, bank, a small supermarket and lots of farm equipment supplies. After that we headed back to the Gasthof for a table tennis championship before guilt got to us and we finally caught up on our blogging. Dinner was more (fine) tomato soup and more Gröstl (which we learned was called Gröstl) and some sort of apple pie dessert with no pie ...