Natur und Wellnesshotel Hoeflehner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... village Obertaurn, they can take us but only in the beautiful campground on the lake. Here they have old French circus carriages that have been converted to "luxury glamping accommodation". Once again we get out of the traditional camping and into our true camping style!
So we have a transparent lake, surrounded by lush forest and Austrian Hamlets shadowed by huge snow capped mountains (Austrian alps) to top it off. And not a sound to be heard, even the boats on the ...
... for Sunday, we started walking, luckily one of the couples that walked up to the caves and bumped into while walking to five fingers took pity on us and picked us up and drove us to the bottom. Relief! We had a short walk to the restaurant we have been having dinner, the only one if you don't have a car, thank goodness the food was great. The waitress has got to know us and gave us free schnapps as she did last night, then it was a walk back to our hotel. An interesting ...
... it was there, painful and annoying. We decided due to the inclement weather, it was raining properly now and the clouds down low that we would not take the cable car above the township to look at the view nor would we take the boat trip. Instead we had coffee at an historic inn and then proceeded to stroll around the town. The old town has very narrow lanes and no cars are allowed in without a special permit. There is only one real road, all the others are ...
... make out through the gloom, towering mountains, boats like butterflies, flitting across the water, and church steeples as we rounded bends. Then we followed a river for many miles until we came to lake Hallstatt. We swept along the shores until you could see the township of Hallstatt with its distinct church steeples. The train stops at the train station called Hallstatt but to get to the town you must cross the lake by ferry. We arrive at the small village and walk to our ...
Today was my last day on the trek. I was kind of glad of that not only because the past week had been physically gruelling, but also I realised I was a bona fide 'city girl'. I had great respect and appreciation for mother nature but all the life skills I'd learnt so far in life help me to survive in the city, not in the wilderness. I felt incredibly alone and uneasy in the wilderness, and yet being on my own in towns or cities I ...