Telfes Hiking and Vienna, Prague Visiting Photo Gallery

So, you just want to view the photographs from this trip. This page has them all. The trip diary has all the same photos, but also includes my impressions of everything I saw and did. The descriptions are lifted from the trip diary so you may find references to information in the diary itself - you'll just have to read the diary in some cases for the full scoop.

Click the diary to jump near by the spot in the trip diary that focuses on the photo.

diaryAs I said Telfes is a small village and here is a view of it.

diaryCows are important to the livelihood of this area. If you don't believe me then here is some proof. I'm sure they were friendly and all had bells.

diaryThe weather on some of the hikes was quite misty and you could not always see far ahead. Here Mom comes acros a cow in the mist. She was surprised.

diaryA fine view is some of the Austrian Alps.

diaryAnother view of misty weather. I'm fairly sure this was one of the gentler hikes. As you can see this picture was taken on a gravel road which I believe was several miles of gentle descending curves down a mountainside.

diaryThis view of a waterfall was on one of the last hikes. As I recall things it was near the hike's end and I think just before we saw a couple rather rambunctious cows.

diaryI mentioned hutte earlier. While you cannot see it in this picture they do exist.

diaryI have no idea where this city block is located. It could be Prague near the National Theatre area.

diaryThis unknown fountain reminds me of a place we paused at in Munich, but it could have also been somewhere in Prague.

diaryThis unknown square is more likely in Vienna (perhaps the Shombraun) than Prauge or Munich (we were there for a short day too).

diaryOur apartment was in the heart of the city right behind the Mevelska or Havelske Trziste, shown here , open food market.

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