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Mühlbach

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  • Day4

    Hallstatt & Gollingen

    June 1 in Austria ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    Auch wenn wir an Hallstatt rein routentechnisch gesehen schon vorbei gefahren sind, haben wir uns gestern Abend spontan überlegt dieser kleinen und doch so bekannten Stadt einen Besuch abzustatten.
    Hallstatt ist ein kleines 750 Seelen Örtchen an der Westseite des Hallstätter Sees. Durch eine der ältesten Salzmienen der Welt wurde die Stadt 1997 zum UNESCO Weltkulturerbe erklärt und ist durch ihre interessante Bauweise an Ufer und Hang sehr sehenswert. Hallstatt ist lustigerweise vor allem durch eine koreanische TV-Serie bei Asiaten beliebt und wir seit einigen Jahren trotz 1:1 Nachbau in China (Ja wirklich die gesamte Stadt) komplett überrannt. Jedes Jahr pilgern hier ca. 1 Mio. Touristen in die Stadt. Der anhaltenden Pandemie zu danken, haben wir heute ein sehr schönen entspannten Besuch gehabt und wurden nicht durch überfüllte Gassen gezwängt.

    Nach einer Leberkässemmel ging es weiter auf unserer Route. Was auf keiner LaMa Reise fehlen darf ist der Stop an einem Wasserfall. Dieses mal fiel die Wahl auf den Gollinger Wasserfall unweit der Autobahn A10.
    Hier wurde wieder kräftig stillgestanden und langzeitbelichtungsmäßig geknippst 😂

    Auf unserem nach Hause weg fing der Magen an zu knurren und Marion hat kurzerhand ein Restaurant raus gesucht. Was wir nicht ahnten, das Restaurant lag hoch oben auf einem Berg. Also haben wir unserem Moby alles abverlangt und sind die Serpentinen rauf gefahren und wurden belohnt. Die Aussicht war gigantisch und das Essen einfach nur unfassbar lecker 🤤🤤
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    Irene Falkner

    yammi yammi 🤤

     
  • Day25

    Hallstatt, Austria

    September 27, 2016 in Austria ⋅ ☀️ 16 °C

    It took us 3 hours on the public bus to get to Hallstatt but it was totally worth it! The trip went by quickly even though we had to change buses 3 times since most of it was spent admiring the scenic drive through the mountains and small villages of the Austrian Alps. We also got to watch all the local kids get on and off the bus since we quickly realized they don't have traditional school buses.

    Once we made it to Hallstatt we came upon such a tranquil and pristine view of the lake that surrounds the tiny town in the heart of the Alps. We rented a little cottage apartment right by the park where we got to sit out and enjoy the swans in the lake. The following day we had a little adventure where we went to the ice caves formed over 10 million years ago and hiked the Alps to get some amazing views and fresh air! We also discovered a new hobby we hope to take up one day.... paragliding! How cool would it be to soar about the mountains and experience things from another perspective!?
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    Loretta Ottonger

    Is that you Mitch or you Rupal? Love to join you...Ha! Ha! So glad you don't have my genes of "scared of heights". Love, Mom

    9/30/16Reply
    Daksha Patel

    Wow ! Very scenic !

    9/30/16Reply
    Andrea Freeman

    You might want to visit Interlaken, Switzerland, too. Means between the lakes...gorgeous! Enjoying reading about your travels - have fun and stay safe!

    9/30/16Reply
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  • Day3

    Zoutmijn van Hallstatt

    July 9, 2019 in Austria ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    Vanmorgen zijn we de dag rustig begonnen: beetje langer geslapen, rustig inkopen gedaan en ontbeten.
    Daarna vertrokken we naar Hallstatt, een dorpje gelegen aan een ander meer met een zoutmijn in de berg. We waren echter niet voorbereid op de vele dagjestoeristen die alle parkeerplaatsen al ingenomen hadden. Na 3 keer door het dorpje te rijden, hadden we het geluk dat er net een auto wegreed. De parkeerplaats lag weliswaar juist aan een afgrond en ik vertrouwde het toch niet helemaal, maar bon. Mama en tante Zee hadden er wel vertrouwen in en we vertrokken richting de mijn.
    We konden ofwel met de trein naar boven ofwel te voet. Wie ons een beetje kent, weet dat we voor optie 2 zijn gegaan.
    Tante Zee en ik waagden ons in de mijn, terwijl mama buiten bleef met Mitzi.
    De mijnbezoekers moesten een beschermingspak aan, daalden af met houten glijbanen en kwamen terug buiten met een treintje.
    Hierna wandelden we terug naar beneden en aten we aan het meer. Deze keer wel met een hugo!
    Gelukkig stond onze auto nog gewoon op zijn plek en was deze niet weggerold.
    Katrien
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    Greet Goris

    Modieus!

    7/10/19Reply
    Greet Goris

    Schoontje. Die moet niet snorren, die heeft al een snor.

    7/10/19Reply
    Greet Goris

    Jaloers!

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  • Day45

    Halstatt

    October 10, 2017 in Austria ⋅ ☀️ 9 °C

    The rain disappeared today, so we drove for an hour alongside a couple of the lakes to visit the beautiful lakeside village of Halstatt.

    Very picturesque to say the least. The water is crystal clear up close and I assume only looks black from the shores because it is so deep - we could see that it dropped away quickly. There were a large number of swans in the village vicinity and obviously accustomed to being fed because they got quite nasty if you go up close and didn't have any food for them.

    We also walked through the cemetery of the church on the hill, and it has to be the most beautiful cemetery ever! The plots were tiny, each one was well cared for, covered in flowers or ornamental shrubs and unique - gorgeous.
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  • Day19

    Hallstatt

    September 24, 2015 in Austria ⋅ ☀️ 9 °C

    Another really cloudy day for our first full day in the mountains. Undaunted we set forth on a day trip to Hallstatt, another tiny town on another lake, Hallstatter See. We first caught a bus to Bad Ischl - sort of mid way between the two lakes and then a train to the Hallstatt Bahnhoff (train station) which was very conveniently on the wrong side of the lake. So then we had a short boat ride to finish the journey.

    The journey itself was quite fun and Hallstatt was worth the time and effort as well, so it was a win. This place has been around for a long time and its claim to fame is a salt mine. It is hard to get a grip on just how important salt was back in the day. The salt mine is still there and is the major tourist draw card. We didn't go the the mine, but they had a small museum which was really interesting. Lately the place has grown to have great archaeological interest. The place has been going for so long and there is so much salt spread around the place that they are finding artifacts in a very well preserved condition. A couple of hours was plenty to see what there was to see. You can tell my fascination with the layer of cloud that had formed around the lake at just a certain altitude.
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  • Jul29

    Tag 4 - Hallstatt, Gosausee & Gosau

    July 29, 2020 in Austria ⋅ ⛅ 20 °C

    Nachdem die Nacht viel Regen und etwas Abkühlung gebracht hat gings nach dem Frühstück bei Nebel mit dem Bus ab nach Hallstatt. Den Ort mal (fast) ganz ohne Touristen erlebt und rauf zum Beinhaus und dem Wasserfall gewandert. Um halb 12 waren die Scharen an Touris dann doch da und so sind wir ab zum Gosausee. Dort eine ganze Runde um den großen Gosausee spaziert um danach Abkühlung darin zu suchen. Nach einem Nachmittagssnack um 16:00 wieder retour nach Gosau, noch kurz durch den Ort spaziert und mal das Reisetagebuch bis dato geschrieben. Später gehts noch zum Abendessen und danach heißts auch schon wieder zusammenpacken für morgen, wenns von hier per Zug nach Prag geht.Read more

  • Day10

    Hallstatt, Austria

    September 19, 2015 in Austria ⋅ ⛅ 15 °C

    We took a very early train at 6:12am to Hallstatt via Attnang-Puchheim. We had breakfast of coffee rolls in the Attnang-Puchheim train station. The train was very user-friendly and easy to navigate. Upon arriving in Hallstatt, the ferry dock was a stone's throw from the train station and departs shortly after each scheduled train arrival. We had purchased the Kombiticket from OBB which included the train journeys x2, ferry rides x2 and visit to the salt mines. It took 5 minutes to get to the dock in Hallstatt and we arrived around 9am. There were barely any tourists there yet and it was lovely to explore the quiet narrow streets in peace. We walked around the upper streets towards the salt mines. The whole city is built into the mountain sides which was so interesting to see.

    The salt mine tour with cable car was great. It was a tad foggy/drizzly but it cleared up and stayed cool and dry. At the salt mine, we had to put on protective clothing. We took two slides down and it was super fun! At the second slide, a photo was taken of us on the slide down and we purchased it for 5 euro! Some of the light shows on the tour were kind of cheesy but overall it was a lot of fun. We bought some flavored salts as souvenirs for many people at home.

    Back on solid ground, we took more photos through the lower part of Hallstatt's streets and had lunch at Bacht's Polreich where we both had beer-battered pike perch which was caught in Lake Hallstatt. We were lucky enough to get outdoor seating looking out over Lake Hallstatt! We then rented a boat for 16 euro and got two beers to enjoy out on the water. It was very fun even though it was cool and cloudy.

    We took the ferry back and caught a 4:32pm train back to Salzburg. Dinner was at Barewirt again. Myron was jealous of my pumpkin cordon bleu so he got that and I got fried chicken and potato salad. We were both very tired and I wasn't feeling well after eating so much fried food!
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