Hotel Schloss Thannegg
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... about the lookout point.
Anyway, Cheryl and I exited the cable car and were immediately met with the stunning view of the Dachstein Glacier. Unfortunately, in the past 150 years, the glacier has shrunk by half. And people claim there is no global warming!!!
We walked down the hill and around the corner and up past the first rest area. We then began the approximately 20 minute hike down to the hill to 5 Fingers. We lost the two girls from Chicago who went up ...
... Puchheim for the last hour of the trip. Now the first two hours was a pleasant enough journey through a lot of farm land. However, as we approached Atnang-Puchheim, the landscape changed a bit, became more mountainous and much, much more scenic.
Once we left the train station on the connector train, we found ourselves flying by rivers surrounded by large fir trees and past tyrolian houses with pastures and flowers everywhere. Next came the ...
... just special to Ben's immediate family, he was special to every single person there.
Ben's tattoo to commemorate his grandpa sum's it up perfectly:
"Ihr Erbe lebt weiter."
Translation being: Your legacy lives through.
I felt blessed to be apart of it, blessed to know new extended family and so very blessed to see my man so happy to be there.
... like that on it. It would at least be a safer place then where I was at that moment. Pushing the bike about 500 meters is not easy. At least the rain kept me cool; I just hoped that no one would crash into me before I reached the safety of the parking bay. At arrival I saw a recue phone but...was out of order. There was a note with the phone number of the Austrian Automobile Club. My phone did not work though. I asked a motorist to make the call for me, not ...
... mountain peaks, the clearest and bluest lakes and rivers. We both agreed this is the most spectacular stop we’ve made to date. We pulled into the camping ground and secured the very last camp site available for the night, surrounded by trees and looking up at a massive granite peak which also featured the cable cars to the salt mine attraction.
The camp site was well positioned in the middle of town, so after setting up we ...