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... the laptop fixed but it needs more time to find the problem so will have to wait till Salzburg. We have enjoyed our stay here but it has been made more difficult by not having wifi at the flat. That has been the only disappointment. Tomorrow we have a taxi booked for 10 and the train leaves at 11.40. Trip to Salzburg takes 2 hours and we are booked into the Goldenes Theater Hotel for 4 nights. Looking forward to Salzburg should be good. See you all there. Auf ...
... salt from the nearby mine there since prehistoric times, thus making it the earliest known salt mine in Europe if not the world. Hallstatt has a population of just under a thousand residents, but with the influx of tourists coming to see this stunning mountain retreat the town clearly swells, thus making it’s streets rather crowded.
The road to Hallstatt runs through stunningly green mountain valleys ...
... negotiate and find in places. Wonderful outlooks along the way up steep valleys and rock faces. Had a breather at the top and then headed down. Even steeper on this side with little in way of a track so had to follow the markers on the trees to find the way. We both had spills on the way down as the autumn leaves made things slippery after the rain, but nothing serious. Pleased to get down and have some lunch. From here we followed the river, initially ...
... this has become somewhat of an annual pilgrimage, usually to the Istrian peninsula and Rovinj which we love, but this year we have decided to venture a little further afield and take the coast road as far south as Dubrovnik, poking our nose into Montenegro to visit another of the 14 villages in Europe called Malta and then making our way back overland through part ...
... What was cool about the hike was all of the various nationalities who were walking either down to 5 Fingers or back from 5 Fingers. (And by the way, we were not looking forward to the hike back... Yowza …. all up hill for 20 minutes in this really thin air.) Anyway, about the nationalities. We ran into Japanese, Czechs, Poles, Brits, Chinese, and Austrians. I am sure there were more, but those were the folks we helped with pictures.
Anyway, we reached 5 Fingers and ...