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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... into her and her family, she was one of those people you immediately make a connection with, what a pity I will never see her again. It was time for a coffee before going to the Summit area. The Bergstation Dachstein Krippenstein -Seliban is 2100m. We encounter a thick white wall of cloud. We could see the snow that had not melted yet, there was a lot of that but that's all. We were going to walk to the 5 fingers a 30 minute walk, that was easy. However, we ...
... Geoff now did not have to walk the 30 mins ) The sun started to come out and we could see blue sky, by the time we got off the mountains were revealed. We sat in the sun for ages outside our hotel, it was quiet warm. Across from us was a swimming pontoon and this young girl jumped in the water. You knew it was cold as she let out a yelp and climbed out very quickly. Others went but they too only got in and out quickly, but they could say they had been swimming in ...
... make out through the gloom, towering mountains, boats like butterflies, flitting across the water, and church steeples as we rounded bends. Then we followed a river for many miles until we came to lake Hallstatt. We swept along the shores until you could see the township of Hallstatt with its distinct church steeples. The train stops at the train station called Hallstatt but to get to the town you must cross the lake by ferry. We arrive at the small village and walk to our ...
The first time I heard about Zell am See, Austria was in the final episode of Band of Brothers. For those who haven't seen it, it's a WWII mini series about Easy company of the American 101st airborne, soldiers who fought in Europe from D'Day until Zell am See. The series was also the main reason for visiting Bertchesgarten and the Eagles nest. Zell am See was the rest area Easy Company were sent to after the war ended to conduct occupation duties, relax and regroup. The ...