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... walking in the same footsteps of Hitler and his henchmen. From the bus parking area, we walked through a 124m long tunnel to meet an copper plated elevator that was used to transport the Führer another 124m vertically to his mountain top residence in comfort. The tunnel we walked was impressive. Every large rectangle stone perfectly cut and placed. Nothing out of alignment. Dimly lit. It reminded us of the Wolfenstein game we played as kids. On ...
... the roads opened up a bit more. The temps were hitting high 30's now, AC on today. Zell am See was busy, tourists everywhere, traffic was bad, and it was hot. We parked the car in the first parking station I could find. A quick change into swimmers, European style, just in the car park amongst the parked cars. The direction to the lake led us through the old town which was nice, but busy. Like, most European areas of swimming, it was all monopolised, €3 entry into a ...
... didn’t feel comfortable dropping robe and skipping through a naked spa. A naked spa that I didn’t know was going to be naked!
At the same time, I also didn’t want to leave…I felt foolish…so instead, I stood, frozen, way way over garment-ed by the door, trying to come up with an exit strategy.
Before I could bolt, a man (who had no business at all being naked in front of other people) stepped out of a room beside me - ...
The train ride from Vienna was breathtaking as we traveled through a gorgeous valley surrounded by striking mountains. Zell Am See is a beautiful town on a lake in the valley. We were so happy to see such gorgeous mountains and get out of the city even for just a day. We spent our entire time in awe of Mother ...
... was cloudy and very fresh we had so much fun walking down the mountain, we had to follow the ski run, (no there was no snow) for most of it we got to follow the easy run but then we had to move over to a harder run in order to finish at the part of town where we were staying, we really felt like mountain goats, towards the bottom we had a bit of rain but nothing to dampen our ...