Grand Media Congress Hotel Villach
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Today we left Venice right after a hearty breakfast of bun. About a 45 fast walk carrying our super heavy backpacks to the bus tram that takes us to the bus depot. I was quite tired and slept a while during the 2 hour bus ride to Grotta Gigante. This is the largest cave in the world. There's no way to capture the enormity in pictures. It's like the caves in the lord of the rings where the goblins come from. Too deep. Full ...
... Zagreb to start a tour of Croatia and Bosnia. We shared a chuckle at the size of the gentleman's suitcase as his wife told us he refuses to wear the same shirt more than once on vacation. I guess he is a diva packer just like Ryan. Ryan says it is because his clothes are bigger than mine so they take up more room. But the truth is he just likes to have lots of options. After chatting with them we exchanged emails and have invitations to house ...
We went to Sakes friend's house, Ernst is in a wheelchair after a bad accident many years ago but he is cared for by his wife Gaby. Ernst is trying to make a new prototype long wheelchair to sell and he let us play on it. It moves by remote control from the ...
We joined Jure at his work and even though it was cold we went into the lake and down the waterslide. After we said goodbye we drove back to Austria many km's. In the evening we met our friend Sake in Kärnten who was playing some musk at his friend’s birthday party. Sake used to play music on Koh Chang and is very good. He plays the blues. Had dinner and ...
... had been in Canada, and both were set amongst the snow capped Rocky Mountains, however I think that we may have been spoiled. The spa at Ptuj was a busy water park not a relaxing spa, and we made a hasty departure. The town did however provide a chance to stretch our legs and have lunch, and like every town we visited Ptuj had an Aldi, or Hofer as they call it in Slovenia, which was where ...