Landhaus St. Georg
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Shhh we are in Austria. The loudest noise is the cuckoo birds (that don't go on the hour by the way). Austrians are so well behaved and well mannered. The drivers are considerate, stop for pedestrians, never speed, pull over if there is not enough room. Unlike the Italian where it is a competition for who has the biggest vehicle or balls! Every square cm is so organized, even men, the men wearing their leather pants and funny little hats are immaculate.
... the Dachstein Shark, an attraction on the fossilised per historic sea bed. From this point this point you are supposed to see 'unique views to Dachstein glacier and lake Hallstattersee.' We went back to the middle station had a coffee, and Sascha Tort, a delicious chocolate cake, which after all this walking ( no breakfast/ lunch) I was not going to say no. We then contemplated the long walk back. We we got down to the bottom, looked at the bus timetable which ...
... the Bronze Age. But today it is the picturesque beauty of the lake and what is in one of the churches that draws people here. The ferry waits for the passengers from the train to disembark before it sets of quietly across the calm lake. When approaching the town you could imagine what it would be like when the sun shines. ( we bought post cards later in the morning to see what it would be like) While walking to the ferry Geoff pulled a muscle in his calf, just enough ...
... hills. We went through a variety of tunnels of varying lengths at high speed and each time we could catch glimpses of the countryside - farms and woodlands. About half an into the trip we started to go through towns and pass wind farms all at very high speed. We changed trains at Attang-Pulheim . From there the scenery stats to change as you approach the mountains . ( I learnt later they are not as high as the alps at Salzburg. ) we went pass a beauTiful lake that you ...
... It took me just under 90 minutes to get to the lake. The first thing I did was to look at the bus timetable at the bus stop. To my shock and horror, given today was a Sunday there were only 2 buses for the entire day! - one at 9:50am, which I'd missed, and another at 3:50pm. Lake Altaussee was not a place at which I could spend half a day. It was not as scenic as some of the other lakes I'd visited and it had no shops or cafes to help ...