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... and loving it. Hallstatt is a tiny picturesque village located on the most eastern point of the Alps. Glaciers moved through the area millions of years ago and carved steep valleys and now mostly all melted have created beautiful lakes. The town is quaint with tiny shops, cafes, and people bustling around in the crisp, fall air. Just above Hallstatt lies one of the oldest salt mines in Europe that offers daily tours and a good insight into the area's history. We didn't ...
... night at Saran Essbar, a lovely little restaurant on one of the main streets of Salzburg. Our friend Penny Ellis had recommended this restaurant, and she was so right to do so. The food was GREAT, and we enjoyed watching the people going up and down the narrow street from our window-side table.
After we left Salzburg on Sunday morning, Sept. 27, we traveled to Hallstatt, Austria. It is like a village from a ...
... told the price for staying. I was feart to ask a third time! Installed before lunchtime, a first for us, we had time to wander round the village and then find a hotel with a sheltered patio in the sunshine to partake of a little nourishment. The little turned out to be rather a lot, but a bottle of best wine (well Austrian best) helped to wash it down. Back at the ranch, it was a case of shorts ...
... were allowed to participate in. Okay, we sat in a pew and listened as it was all conducted in German. Our tour took about ninety minutes after which we headed West, then Southwest to the Lake District know as Salzkammergut and the region near Hallstatt. Salz means salt in German and the area is still producing salt from the mines nearby.
We passed through many tunnels cut in the the mountains which make up the Eastern edge of the Alps. Many imposing peaks both very ...
... a bunch of extra places for like a nano-second. We knew we would have to cross a lake by ferry to get to our little town, so we were looking for a lake at about the time we were supposed to be here. That was helpful. With all the extra little stops, it wasn't on time though. Only a little late. The trip took about 4 hrs.
A little excitement for us tonight. I had just started typing this and all the power went out. Pitch black in ...