Hotel Schloss Thannegg
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... the length of time we spent there or that lunch had somehow been delayed and became dinner. The snow showers became heavier throughout the day so that a walk around the village after dinner with snow falling was another highlight. The morning of Boxing Day was spent packing and watching the locals plough snow and clear the roads after a reasonable snow fall overnight. This made it even more difficult for us to leave this fantastic place. Around 9.30am, we left for Venice, and ...
... learnt to make pizza shapes (snow plow) but it was all in German. Alex loved it but Samantha was a little hesitant. We then ventured over to Alpendorf to ski as there was not enough snow at Werfenweg. We had a couple of small runs and Alex demonstrated that he had little control. We then had a lovely home cooked meal. Today, we went back to Alpendorf to ski again. The others ventured into Salzburg. We organised a lesson for Alex ...
... to Bad Aussee, Bad means a thermal type bath in the town, very nice then went to Bad Altsee which was fantastic wait till you see the photos, then to Hallstadt on a lake and finally to Saint Gilgen where we have been before, staying in a nice Pension and made sure I got the price right first. Had a great day walking and exploring, shopping and now relaxing. Rain predicted for tomorrow and then Snow Wednesday, so we are staying put for three nights, have a balcony with ...
... as it rained quite heavily for a short while. Set off when it eased and soon it stopped. We really have been quite lucky with the rain today as we got to see the ravine and upper part of the valley before the mist came in and obscured it. Wind also got up a little, the first wind we have encountered on the walk, and was blowing the leaves off the trees at a rapid rate. Valley acted as a wind tunnel to some extent. Finally arrived back at Bad Ischl and called in to the ...
... 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 ...