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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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Got away before 7 and made good time (about 6 minutes) to the station - Wien Westbahnhof this time. Checked the platform of the train, grabbed a couple of salad rolls, and then ducked into the First Class Lounge for a free coffee. I couldn't get the machine to work, so we had a little croissant and a pastry and a glass of juice instead.
The train was a 'westbahn' train, and left at 7.38. Our pass was valid, but we were second class on it - because ...
... also adds to the cool and refreshing feeling. I've found it really relaxing to rest here for a couple days and take in the scenery and feel of this country. We will be heading to Italy tomorrow, starting with Venice, which I absolutely cannot wait for!
A few things that I have noticed are different about Europe and have been quite consistent across the different countries we've been to so far-
... the magnificent Grossglockner drive we head to Hallstatt a small authentic Austrian village perched on the edge of the lake. Pop 720 and the men dress in leather pants and Austrian ladies look like dolls in their traditional dresses……. except for the 3000 Japanese and American tourists it’s Austrian Fairy land. We had arrived in late and nearly all the hotel/pensions were full and I don’t think they needed a couple of Aussies to add to the mix. Five kms away ...
... an hour- we checked just before we left, saying we hope that the sun will burn away the clouds as it did yesterday. He did not tell us that we could have caught the bus up the hill. So we walked for an hour of which half of it was climbing up a steep hill on a winding road. ( that's all I am going to say). We walked along the fast flowing river, then along a very fast flowing creek going down hill and the trees became very tall and at points we could see over them. ...
... lots of steps if you wanted to get to some hotels. The town is situated on a narrow ledge, wedged between the mountain and the lake. We walked to the tiny square with the trinity plinth ( meaning the town survived the plague) found the water fall that tumbles through the town, looked at a few touristy shops( when the rain got heavier) trying on tourist Austrian hats. I like the red one with the feather. We also looked at two churches. One was very plain compared ...