Hotel Edelweiss

124, Obertauern, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, 5562, Austria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Obertauern

Oh It's Snowing Again!

A travel blog entry by lizzierees

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... seat!

When we arrived in Tamsweg, the snowflakes were about the size of my fist... we were worried we were going to get snowed in but luckily the snow had stopped by the evening.

Then we had a lovely relaxing evening playing cards!
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The weather changes

A travel blog entry by shadowfin

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... and she did not need the helicopter! That would have been a story to tell, and I would have filmed it all. Got rescued, and I had to follow her down carrying her board, whilst she rode in the blood wagon. Thankfully they were able to put the shoulder back without too much fuss in the clinic. Next time carry the radios. ...

To the Land of Curvy Roads

A travel blog entry by laurenporter6

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... looked absolutely gorgeous and there seemed to be a lot to do. I will definitely have to try to make my way back there during this trip.

Once on the road again we headed the lil Juke for Hallstatt. It was just over 3 hours to get there even with including our first European traffic jam. Once we were getting closer to Hallstatt, we hit these roads with curves I have never experienced before. ...

First for 6 years

A travel blog entry by shadowfin

... waster routed by a 40 min wait on one side of the passage through the mountain- roadworks and queuing are not exclusive to the black wall tunnel. Eventually the motorway became a single tracked, and the cab meandered through some pretty Austrian villages with the typical church spires and barns dotting the landscape. Through Hermagor, and then Tropolach, and finally on the mountain road up to Nassfeld 11km away. The ...

The Climb

A travel blog entry by ashcol64

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... in time a kilo of salt was equivalent in value to a kilo of gold so Hallstatt was considered the Iron Age equivalent of Fort Knox. The Romans in the area would pay their centurions in salt as the commodity held such high value in the open market. Hallstatt is so significant that an entire Iron Age culture was named after the town – the Hallstatt culture. 7,000 years later, the graves in the valley above the town and the finds in the prehistoric mine ...

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