Almfrieden Wander- und Langlaufhotel
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Today was another day where plans fell through, Brendan nearly died and we ended up freezing at a bus stop in the middle of nowhere- but not all was lost.
We decided a trip into the Austrian Alps would be a nice break from the buzz of Salzburg. I suggested the Lammer Geoge, an hour bus ...
... people we've met and we enjoyed talking to them so much. I especially love the accents and their different nicknames and expressions for things like "blimey!" and "touch wood" instead of "knock on wood". Our room had a beautiful view over Lake Hallstatt and a wonderful breakfast each morning, complete with a different variation of Jane's homemade muffins, fresh fruit, cereals, hot fresh coffee, tea, rolls, hard boiled eggs, cheese, jams, etc, etc. We were totally spoiling ...
... ll settle for a few weeks and get the awning replaced.
Isn’t it a strange quirk of fate that in Austria, the place that is probably one of the safest on our journey (“good and clean and fresh, tra la la!” comes to mind when I picture it), is the spot where we experienced our first major oops?
Expect the unexpected and be grateful that it could be worse and boy, we really appreciate the awning ...
... percussion on an old log. BE SURE to watch this video. :-)
We visited Mozart's birthplace as well as the residence where he lived later in his life. There were paintings of Mozart performing for the royalty. We were especially intrigued to see that the paintings included dogs either sitting at Mozart's feet listening or sitting on top of his piano! The Austrians REALLY LOVE their dogs!
We had a fabulous dinner ...
... and water, we hop back onto a boat to return to St Gilgen. Amongst other sights we spot the steepest rack railway in Austria, the oldest paddle steamer in Austria, several parapenters, a couple if brave/stupid souls climbing a sheer cliff above the water. Keith spots the Red Bull DC6B for the third time in two days, this time captured on video. Returning to St Gilgen we're in time to see more wedding activities - from dancing to following ...