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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 ...
... mountains behind it. I chose to walk up the path to the lookout rather than take the Funicular. The lookout is 400 metres up the mountain, and is accessed by a path that zig zags up the face. Boy was it hard work. No wonder everyone took the funicular. The view was rather spectacular.
After making my way down back to the lake i decide to walk around the south of the lake to Obertraun. The head north back to Bad Goisern. Turns out to be over 20ks of ...
... with a post office, bank, a small supermarket and lots of farm equipment supplies. After that we headed back to the Gasthof for a table tennis championship before guilt got to us and we finally caught up on our blogging. Dinner was more (fine) tomato soup and more Gröstl (which we learned was called Gröstl) and some sort of apple pie dessert with no pie ...
... what it could do with this particular path, Annie saw a small green flag waving in the wind, another 50 feet above. And hoped for her ears' sake that this was the destination for the day - and it was. Goisererhutte is situated right on the edge. It is newly renovated and can accommodate up to 30+ people in dorms. Last weekend it had over 500 people come for food and drinks and was full for accommodation. Tonight there was Annie, Rob, another ...
... up a long hill that takes a good 20 minutes. Up the top the sign says they will call you group number...... What f#%^^n group number?. It appears we should have arranged one at level 1 stop. Stupid tourists. So the guy stops us at the entrance until all others get through then allows us to join. Phew! Really cool app that we were able to download. For each station in the cave we had audio descriptions read in English on the mobile phone, while everyone else could ...