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Old 07-10-2013, 07:32 AM   #1
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Default The Dachstein suspension bridge is open to visitors

Found this referenced on yahoo.

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From 3 July all guests on the Dachstein can enjoy a thrilling new experience with a spectacular view: a suspension bridge with views over Austria's loftiest peaks and 400 metres down over the sheer rock face of the Dachstein massif. Those with nerves of steel can also venture down the "stairway to nothingness", a glass platform which allows visitors to "hover" above the rocks – a feeling of pure freedom. There could scarcely be a more spectacular way of savouring the superb natural backdrop of the Dachstein glacier.

I like this portion of the walk way! My wife would be at the base of the mountain.

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Old 07-10-2013, 08:12 AM   #2
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If you somehow managed to get me up there, I would look like a cat on a screen door.

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What's the point? It just goes from one remote rock to another? Did our government pay for this?
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Funny, I guess were not the only ones to conceive a bridge to nowhere!
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That's crazy, but I think I like it.

It may be a bridge to nowhere, but it has quite a view.
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Mac- unless you are Austrian, no, your govt did not pay for it.

What we have here is... failure- to communicate.
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