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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 ...
A day ahead of schedule we wake up in Austria. It was a more comfortable night but still no sleeping bag required! It's quite a walk to the toilets but the daylight revealed a lovely lakeside setting for our stay. The shop isn't that well stocked and quite expensive so a trip out to the supermarket is required. Ahhhh the supermarket was shut its Sunday!!!! So we decided to go to the village of St Wolfgang. What a great decision! A beautiful village/town. Very picturesque. We ...
... was a gale force rush of air between the outside world and the caverns to come. Once inside, it was eerily calm and quiet. And cold. But not to worry, we wouldn't be cold for long. The tour of the 1km of ice involves climbing 700 steps up into the cave (and then 700 steps down again). It took about 1 hour in total and we saw some amazing ice formations that had formed over the past 5000 years. Photography is not allowed inside the caves (more related the ...
... to where we first stopped this morning for lunch. 4 laps later, we gave up trying to find parking, the mid 30's temps made the lake so popular, it was literally full. Back to the other side and a quick lunch was had. Also caught up on Facebook on their fast wifi. Pete programmed in our next destination, another lakeside town of Zell am See, 2 hours drive high into the Austrian alps. The drive was mainly on B roads, due to our embargo on Toll Roads. So many little villages were ...