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- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Seekarhaus Obertauern
Travel Blogs from Obertauern
... The lake was lovely today. The further out you go the clearer the water it was lovely and warm towards the surface and cool but not cold underneath. It was very easy to swim in no current no waves no salt I reckon given enough time I could swim the whole lake but it would take while I don't think you could rush anything here! The park was fun. ...
... and Jay it's funny because Bobby keeps getting their names wrong. We played in the Lake all afternoon it was great fun I can't wait for tomorrow! Daddy A day to relax. A very hot day. Kids played with their friends in the lake with Bobby jumping off the pontoon at least 2000 times!! The dingy was a source of entertainment. Hot tub, tug boat (as it pulled friends sat on their inflatable ring), destroyer (as they ran over a few kids!), ...
... to the lake visiting all the shops on the way. There were trinket shops, cuckoo clock shops and of course lederhosen shops! We visited the church of St Wolfgang which was amazing with a very famous altar. Amazing. We then had an ice cream which was good. The only down side was the 1 in 4 hill we had to scale on the way back. The afternoon was spent at or in the lake and the evening finished with pasta, pizza and a bottle of red! Bobby A great day in the lake we put up ...
... traditional Austrian outfits. Heidi dresses for the girls and lederhosen for the men. Yep, there is a lot of them here. And they are likely all on the Sound of Music sing-a-long tour. We parked the Pug and followed the crowd. What a magical city. Narrow cobblestone laneways and open town squares. Throw in a dozen or so churches, and this is European life exemplified. We walked and explored and walked some more. Along the river were dozens of market ...
... of things to see and do. How does one enter a road with no suburb into Sat Nav? After a little guess work and comparing the Sat Nav route to the one I had printed, we were confided we had programmed it accordingly. It quickly dawned on us that we needn't worry. There were signs to the road everywhere leaving Zell am See. Grossglockner Hockalpenstasse this way. It is hard to explain, but basically it is a stretch of road that goes no where, it goes no where via some of the most ...