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... of Salzburg . Truth be told it's a great idea if someone checks the opening times of such places. We got off the bus at the wrong stop, walked the 1km up the Alps to the gorge to discover it was in fact closed. To make the most out of our journey we then proceeded to climb down to the gorge off the side of ...
... 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 ...
... forecast had changed and looked gloomy for the next few days. The lack of an awning was a “game changer”. Dawn had planned to camp but with no “roof” over our kitchen area plus the inclement weather this wasn’t viable. Adjacent to the camp was a charming pension.
The cosy apartment accommodated Dawn and gave us a place to cook and chat. It was great to see her and we enjoyed walking ...
... after the tour at a quaint little restaurant near our hotel. The food was wonderful, and the walk there was very relaxing.
The quaint narrow streets (for pedestrians and bicycles only) and lovely shops of Salzburg make you feel like you have truly stepped back in time. Be sure to notice the ornamental iron signs hanging above the shops in the photos. We were lucky enough to be in Salzburg when they were having a ...
Time for some exercise, says Sandra. OK, options are bike or Shanks' pony. We opt for the latter as bikes may prove an encumbrance. Chores done, we set off up the lakeside for 4-5 kilometres in the sunshine. Stocks are running low, so water is rationed. St Gilgen has ice cream shops for Keith, and tourist tat for everyone else, but it also has a wedding in progress so lots of folk are milling around in their Saturday best, some of which ...