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Travel Blogs from Seeboden
... were trying to find somewhere to stop for our picnic lunch but weren't having much luck so had to keep going trying to find a place around the next corner. We did eventually find a spot and just as we got settled the rain came again and was fairly steady so we had to shelter under a bridge with some ducks who came over to us looking for some food. We had to wait a while for the rain to stop before we set off again to carry ...
... easy going Austrians). So all prepared we all shouted 'Arrivederci' to Italy and 'Guten tag' Austria as we crossed the border. As we proceeded to our campsite Paul gave the language lesson for our now new language German (I was driving) so we now all know how to say please, thank you, 2 nights, the ages of the kids and count up to 10 and hello in German.
We arrived at our campsite and it was beautiful - next to this amazing lake in the middle of ...
... a black shiny Alpine Salamander (we thought it was a lizard) and snow!! We had a snow fight in the snow. On our way down mum and the boys took a short cut, but dad and Amelia took a even bigger one. We then found the gondola and beside it was a restaurant were we had some ...
... good day all the same. The only half funny story was whenever we book into a hostel we seem to get the top floor as a cruel joke. We just staggered upstairs whilst eagerly clutching the internet password. I get out my ipad to log on and whilst struggling to get better reception from the balcony the bloody paper with the password on it blew out of my hand and into the street. Not funny at all!! I walked down the stairs like an alien to search the street for the said password. ...
... br> From there we hiked to the "Millstaetter Huette" where we had hot soup and something to drink.
After lunch, we hiked to the "Alexanderhuette."
From there back to our starting point, the Schwaigerhuette.
- Pets allowed