Landhotel Das Traunsee
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So not a very peaceful night Bobby has taken to talking (very loudly) in his sleep. With that and multiple loo trips its was a very disturbed sleep. Heh ho never mind. Today will be spent doing the last bits of washing (towels and bedding) and swimming in the lake. Charlotte has requested that we go off to a nearby park so we will give that a go ...
Good morning all its a lovely day in Wolfgangsee. Today I will be widow twanky. We have accumulated quite a bit of washing but the upside is it will dry in no time. All I gotta do is suss out how to use the washing machine. In Austria they speak a form of German it's just not German, so there are words I don't recognise but lots that I do. The kids have spent much of the day playing with their new friends the GBers! Aka Tia and Jay. The ...
... with little resources and went off to find food - or a supermarket. Unfortunately Austria is closed on Sunday so we drove and found St Wolfgang. And what a find. Beautiful and quaint (and very exclusive) little town. We strolled through the streets and found a small convenience store to get the essentials and strolled back after ice cream!! Some of the views were stunning. After St Wolfgang we returned to the campsite and hit the lake. The water was lovely. And the most ...
... Today was too cold and it was not included in our itinerary.
Our destination was 5 Fingers, a free viewing platform in the Dachstein Mountains of Upper Austria on Mount Krippenstein. It was named "5 Fingers" by virtue of its hand-like shape and it offers a panoramic view of Hallstatt and Obertraun and breathtaking views of the Alps. It has been called the "most spectacular viewing platform in the ...
... drove up to Dachstein where we caught a cable car then a walk to tour an Ice Cave with ice formations. Then on to the Mammut (mammoth) cave tour and it was just that - huge caverns (no mammoth bones!) and apparently it goes for 90km or so! Took another cable car further up to an unreal lookout and walk around the mountain top where the local guys drop off for paragliding. So, this morning - ...