Landhotel Das Traunsee
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... for Sunday, we started walking, luckily one of the couples that walked up to the caves and bumped into while walking to five fingers took pity on us and picked us up and drove us to the bottom. Relief! We had a short walk to the restaurant we have been having dinner, the only one if you don't have a car, thank goodness the food was great. The waitress has got to know us and gave us free schnapps as she did last night, then it was a walk back to our hotel. An interesting ...
... 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 ...
... and magazines and a clean WC. As we have learnt you can board the train early and this time we did not book a seat. we sat in a grouping of four which enabled us to have our bags with us and not have to put it up above us. ( no one needed the seats.) we went through a very long tunnel just after leaving Vienna, we were traveling at high speed for at least 4-5 mins. After exiting the tunnel there are high embankments or walls and just over these peep the fooling country side ...
... at ease. It was comforting for me to be back in civilisation i.e. Bad Ischl for today and Salzburg tomorrow.
I was very proud of the journey I had made on this trekking tour. I caught a train from Bad Aussee back to Bad Ischl today, and the train went past all the places I'd walked past the last few days (since the start of the Salzkammergut), basically retracing my footsteps. I was amazed by the distance I'd done and ...
Oh my god! I just heard the news of the massive earthquake in Kathmandu. I was there exactly 1 month ago! Even though I clearly and luckily missed it, I now have a connection with that place and it upsets me greatly to hear such disasters strike that place.
I know for a fact that one of the project leads on the volunteer project i participated had been ...