Hotel Die Barbara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stone. Clothing and tools quite unusual, but completely intact."
But I was so wet and frazzled, that it all seemed too hard. Then when I saw it was €23 (for Seniors) each we decided not to do it. The cloud made the funicular ride (half of the fee) a bit pointless, and I'd already read about the mine - I just wanted to go on the slide!
Our room wasn't ready (check in was 2pm and it was 12.15), so we left our bags and went ...
... in Austria and they were basically the only type of chips available in the grocery store in Switzerland. They taste kind of like BBQ chips.
... village Obertaurn, they can take us but only in the beautiful campground on the lake. Here they have old French circus carriages that have been converted to "luxury glamping accommodation". Once again we get out of the traditional camping and into our true camping style!
So we have a transparent lake, surrounded by lush forest and Austrian Hamlets shadowed by huge snow capped mountains (Austrian alps) to top it off. And not a sound to be heard, even the boats on the ...
... the Dachstein Shark, an attraction on the fossilised per historic sea bed. From this point this point you are supposed to see 'unique views to Dachstein glacier and lake Hallstattersee.' We went back to the middle station had a coffee, and Sascha Tort, a delicious chocolate cake, which after all this walking ( no breakfast/ lunch) I was not going to say no. We then contemplated the long walk back. We we got down to the bottom, looked at the bus timetable which ...
A very wet and foggy morning! Not a good start as the photos show, still we walked the half hour along the lake from Obertraun to Hallstatt station. It is a lovely walk even when it is drizzling, we passed several people with dogs and bikes along this path. Once you reach the station it is a very short walk to the ferry, this is the way you get to the old town of Hallstatt. This area has been inhabited for over 7,000 years. The salt mine made the town of ...