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... center letting on and off primarily Asian tourists, all who seemed to be armed with their selfie-sticks taking selfie photos galore! I’m guessing if you counted the tourist population into the town’s demographics, there would likely be an Asian majority!?! Now don’t get me wrong, I clearly do not have any issues with Asian people as can be seen by my travels as well as my past girlfriends, but the ...
... This track is called the Brine Pipeline Trail as it follows the oldest pipeline in the world, built in the 1600's to carry the salt in the form of brine from Hallstätt to Ebensee 40km away. Reached the northern end of Lake Hallstätt. As we got further along we got better views and it was just lovely with near perfect reflections of surrounding mountains. Passed the big penstocks that fed the power station. Once we had crossed the main Gosaubach ...
Friday 10th October Leisurely breakfast this morning and time to catch up on news before catching the bus to Bad Ischl, about 70 km east of Salzburg. Bus journey was through lovely green pastures with plenty of cattle grazing. Even saw some with bells on! Stopped at a lovely little village Fuschl on the most picturesque lake. Such an idyllic view. Bus only went as far as St Gilgen (on another lake) so had to wait about half an hour to ...
... Wagner's, dead mask was in the museum too. I liked the royal family picture and the section about his engagement with his cousin Sophie. Prince Otto is 3 years younger than Ludwig II.
The famous and memorable things in the palace was the magic table (that was much bigger than I thought!) and ...
... they were all placed where the mountain side was the steepest.
After going back to the gift shop, we went on another trail called the Gramsgrubenweg. Although it wasn't really much of a trail at first because it mostly went through tunnels in the mountain side. There were six tunnels, averaging about 200 meters long each, with only short openings in between. But there were quite a few exhibits in the tunnels, to make the hike a little more interesting.