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A million fallen leaves, a cliff face and many rose prickles later Brendan found himself body surfing down towards the gorge legs first. An anxious couple of seconds followed as he struggled up the muddy mountain back to relative safety. Deciding we were not to leave empty handed ...
... to expect of the tour, but were extremely surprised with how detailed and entertaining it was. Immediately entering the tour, we were given miners clothes to put on. Then there was a large room with extra large pictures of the mine throughout the centuries and what life was like to be apart of it. Our tour guide then walked us 300 meters (nearly 1000 feet) into the mine through a deep tunnel in the mountain. We learned all about how the salt was deposited billions of years ago when a ...
... bicycle ride around the lake.
Well we did get right around but had an excellent schnitzel and red wine for lunch and a spell on a ferry – which was essential in order to by- pass a cliff. So the “bad” was managed and we had a good time.
The bad news is that awning cannot be repaired. Grrrr. We’ll have to replace it furthermore there is a two and a half week delay as it ...
... honoring Saint Rupert who was credited with helping to restore Christianity to the area in the early 700's. On Saturday people were dressed in native clothing, and there was music to be heard on every corner. Of course, there were plenty of Austrian foods to be sampled. One of their "slap dances" was especially entertaining, and I was able to get a short video of the way they made their dance interesting with their ...
... We also arrive at the Saturday market as they are beginning to disband. We invest in some cheese and consider, but reject, roast chicket from a spit, and/or fish soup from the fishman. Just in time we purchase return ferry tickets to St Wolfgang down the lake - €30 for two. It was wonderful sitting in the sunshine on deck as we stopped at various points en route, Somewhat reminiscent of the Geneva lake circular trip. Better yet a beer ...