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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... a beautiful old town on the lake. It was tricky to find somewhere to park but we decided to try the chairlift car park in Obertraun. We walked back to Hallstatt, about 40mins, and looked through town. We stopped at the Skull house where they keep old skulls that have been removed from their graves. It was strange but interesting! By time we got back to the van we unpacked our packs, cooked up some dinner and went to ...
... path that follows the lake from Obertraun is beautiful and very scenic. Such a magnificent part of the world. Could stay here for a long time.
Today is another glorious day in Upper Austria. The sun is out, the morning air is crisp, and i am about to embark on a journey. The destination is the Goiserer Hut. It is a 10k hike one way with an altitude gain of 1,000 metres to the top. The first part is not too bad, but as the path starts to head up ...
... to the gondola's. David, Colin, Jenny and I went with the musicians in the first gondola. We had 5 gondola's across the entire group. This was lots of fun and our journey took about 40 minutes. See the pics. After the gondola ride David and I found a wine bar and had dinner for two and a reserve chianti. Very nice it was too. See the pic of David enjoying a glass. After dinner we had quite a mission finding our way back to the hotel but we got there and must have walk across ...
... heart of a busy town. Sissi's Garden had all the aesthetic qualities that Sissi herself boasted. I had a fantastic afternoon walking around the 2 attractions, and most importantly, walking amongst other people. I really missed civilisation.
Dinner was provided for at Cafe Sissi where I had dinner last Sunday. For those of my friends who had started to ascertain my mood based on the number of cakes I ate, I had a piece of cake tonight. ...
... holidaymakers and their pimped cars.
Next we went to the ‘Grossglockner high alpine road’, Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse, and paid the 29 euro toll for this tourist road. Stunning views surely would have left us breathless if it hadn’t been a total whiteout. In fact, it was snowing at the top where we had lunch (and enjoyed the elusive Germknodel for dessert) – in the height of summer! We got some sense of the ...