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... the top, the views opened up and mountains and valleys stretched as far as we could see. Apparently the building here now is a recreation of the original. Outer buildings and parade grounds no longer exist. This is all due to the might of the RAF who bombed the mountain to oblivion! Not much is mentioned about this aspect of the site. Whilst it is definitely acknowledged, a WWII exhibit with details is all in German, so we were completely useless... ...
... sunning themselves and swimming in the alpine waters of lake Eben am Achensee. We found some parking and took a little walk to explore. Pete made reference that he would love to see this place from one of the surrounding alps, well I looked up and saw a gondola rising up. Drove to the base and purchased some passes, not quite as steep as Switzerland, €28 for the both of us. The trip was was quick and the views opening up were breathtaking. Our gondola was shared with an ...
... spa who had lost something, or maybe it was because we can’t speak German - I don’t know.
We did have a great time though.
We did so much that week. We played tennis. We went for bike rides in the most incredible area scenic area that you can imagine. The boys went zip lining across this valley (I am a chicken **** so I didn’t do it). We did a couple of resort excursions - one was taking these sophisticated big wheels (that’s what ...
Today we had a break in the weather and decided to explore the mountain nearest to us, we caught the chairlift up to the highest peak and walked back...Frank met us at middle station where we stopped for coffee as after his knee surgery he can't walk down the mountain, the descent took us 3 hours to complete and very sore muscles the next day. Although at the very top of the ...
... Today was too cold and it was not included in our itinerary.
Our destination was 5 Fingers, a free viewing platform in the Dachstein Mountains of Upper Austria on Mount Krippenstein. It was named "5 Fingers" by virtue of its hand-like shape and it offers a panoramic view of Hallstatt and Obertraun and breathtaking views of the Alps. It has been called the "most spectacular viewing platform in the ...