Landhotel Das Traunsee
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... bridges were destroyed making transportation of wood and boats impossible pushing Protestant further into rebellion against the Catholics. The local Archbishop of
Salzburg's supporters tired to suppress the protestant rebellion, and condemned their
opposition to death setting their homes on fire. In 1734, 300 Protestants were forced
out of their homes in and around Hallstatt during the night and forced to re-locate. In 1781, Emperor Joseph ...
... winding footpath. No time to stop and view the cloud obscured view, but made it with 4 mins to spare. They have seats on the way, I guess you are supposed to enjoy the walk up. The ice cave has spectacular ice formations, up to 9 meters high ice towers. It was amazing, we went first deep into the lowest part then climbed, up a zillion stairs to the different levels of the ice cave. The cave had a frozen river which at one point we not only walked across but climbed ...
... it was there, painful and annoying. We decided due to the inclement weather, it was raining properly now and the clouds down low that we would not take the cable car above the township to look at the view nor would we take the boat trip. Instead we had coffee at an historic inn and then proceeded to stroll around the town. The old town has very narrow lanes and no cars are allowed in without a special permit. There is only one real road, all the others are ...
Hotel Haus Am See: A cloudy day but no rain as yet. We walked to Stubentor U 3, to catch the train at westbanhof.It was so quiet only a few got on the metro but the train was full but not crowed. Six stops later we arrived at the very new station. Lots of shops, easy directions to follow. We went to the OBB first class lounge to wait for the IC 548 to Salzburg, the lounge was new, a pleasant helpful front desk person, a wide variety of refreshments and nibbles, plenty ...
... some 'vellum' books on display dating back to 1060.
We drove on to Bad Ausee for lunch, after which, I bought an Austrian dress for Morgan. We then followed the shores of Lake Traunsee to Traunkirchen. The town was very quiet with many shops shut at the end of the ...