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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
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It is imperative to keep our fitness up whilst travelling so we hire mountain bikes that have been used in the Dacha rally then had addition of seats made to slice you in half. Lovely, we cycle and whinge our way around the lake being taken over by Great Grandparents in Lykra. The highlight is a FAB lunch served by the cutest looking Austrian in leather Lederhosens looking over the lake with elegant white swans. Life is perfect even if we can’t ...
... our tickets at the Talstation Dachstein Krippenstein -Selibahn which is at 609m above sea level. We traveled to Mittelstation Dachstein Krippenstein - Seliban at 1350, to the area known as The Schonberglam. By the time we were less than a quarter the way up we were in clouds, the sun was not doing its job. At the station we received our tour number for the ice cave and was told it will start in 15 mins, they recommend it as a 30 min walk. It is up hill along a ...
... up the grave sites 15 -20 years after death, cleaning the skulls and main bones; then, painting them, writing the family name with a date and storing them. The grave yard is really small and this was the towns solution to the problem. They charge 1.50 euros to see the skulls, it's very gothic. I read about this church in an article sometime back before we even planned this trip. Lunch was interesting ( the food was good) as we saw a ' Basil ' moment in the cafe. It ...
... 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 ...