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TripAdvisor Reviews Zauchenseehof Untertauern
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... a beautiful old town on the lake. It was tricky to find somewhere to park but we decided to try the chairlift car park in Obertraun. We walked back to Hallstatt, about 40mins, and looked through town. We stopped at the Skull house where they keep old skulls that have been removed from their graves. It was strange but interesting! By time we got back to the van we unpacked our packs, cooked up some dinner and went to ...
... the altitude made breathing difficult! We stopped on the way down for a cheese sandwich. Home made bread and cheese (from the cows milk)! At the bottom we went to König Alm (where the van is parked) and had a hot chocolate and a beer. The hot water is limited and can only be used at certain times, so we raced in for a shower before they started the afternoon milking. Then, it was time to milk the cows! Mat got his ...
... It is truly a beautiful place. Plenty of people walking around in traditional Austrian clothing. There is a band playing at the end of the pedestrian mall. The sun is shining and its lovely and warm. I could get used to this little piece of paradise. That is until winter comes.
Sunday is a travel day. 3 trains and 1 bus to get to the next destination which is Bled, Slovenia. I hope i have timed all the connections properly, or i will be in trouble.
... and had teo ask three people for directions from there! But we found it, and were put straight to work milking the cows! Teresa and the other milk maid, Clara, made a special German dish for dinner (Spätzle) which was amazing! Best Austrian meal yet ...
... from the number of British and German registered cars parked outside these abominations they belong to people who have lived and worked in other countries and have saved and saved for a return to their homeland. Our host on the Delta is a case in point. He worked in Dublin, seven days a week, for five years. He spent almost nothing during that time, paid all his taxes and came back, in local terms, a wealthy man.
Our overriding impression of ...