Travel Blogs from Obertauern
Today when I woke up I felt excited, because we planned lots of things for kids. First we went on a gondola up a very big mountain Grosse Spiecke. Once we were up the mountain there was a one and half hour walk to the very top. On our way we saw ferret holes, lots of ...
... br> From there we hiked to the "Millstaetter Huette" where we had hot soup and something to drink.
After lunch, we hiked to the "Alexanderhuette."
From there back to our starting point, the Schwaigerhuette.
... always amaze me! I dropped off Matt at the ferry but I will see him again tomorrow. Honestly, things could not have worked out more perfectly in Austria. It is truly great to have someone there with you to appreciate the nature around you. Matt and I had a nice bromance on the lake, but I think next time I would prefer a group of friends or that special someone! I walked around Hallstatt exploring the city more and taking more pictures. I am trying ...
... the groundwork of the former Nazi guesthouse in order to supply historical information concerning the use of the Obersalzberg by Nazi leaders. All the information was in German so we went through the posted documents pretty quickly. There were audio and visual rooms, and we also got to visit the bunkers, which was neat. We left again and drove through switch backs back down the mountainside and once we got out of town a little bit, it was almost 2pm and we were ...
... were taken. After returning to Hallstatt and recuperating with lunch and a good long sit in the shade, we headed off to the Hallstatt museum. One might think we would have had enough of museums, but this one was really special, as Halstatt has been mining and trading in salt for thousands of years, and they have found many artifacts to prove that. A large necropolis with about 6000 graves - some cremation and some burials - was found in a ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility