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... went on the tyre ride and they even made me go on the big swing argh!!! A short blog tonight as we need to pack but our little boy has had a bit too much sun is a bit poorly. I think it has all been a bit much and 35 degrees today has taken its toll. I'm sure all will be better after a good nights sleep (let's hope he gets one as he is in my ...
... and plain ol' dingy. Thank good for my puncture repair kit!! All the washing is done and we have another day here. Have to say it's been a real pleasant surprise being in Austria. Although when you try and speak to a fellow camper you feel like they're having a go at you (Dutch / German/ Austrian is such a fierce language) the pace and atmosphere of this place is very slow. Love it. A The only down point is those bloody wasps. UFB. Roll on ...
... on walking by a nice cafe she was tempted by the humongous ice creams. The Austrians do do a good icecream and she was on holiday, so quickly abandoning thoughts of Bauerngröstl, she sat and had a Mozartbecher. Yum! She was of course to full after such indulgence to eat anything else, so time for an early night ahead of her journey to Villach, she didn't hang around for long and head back through the old town to turn in for the ...
... weather to go to one of the few viable indoor activities close by. This was the Deutches Museum, which is more of a science and technology affair than a history lesson. I was more than happy to walk around looking at planes, space craft, classical instruments and an electricity demonstration for a few hours.
After drying off, the rain cleared slightly in the evening for the beer tour. This is just a fancy way of saying pub crawl. It was a large group, ...
... br> course meal that was delicious. We each had a glass of Gluhwein with dinner.
The courses were:
1. Smoked trout with truffled potato and pickled mushrooms
2. Consommé of beet and horseradish dumpling.
3. Beef filet with oyster mushrooms and baked tomatoes.
4. Chocolate passionfruit tart with raspberry sauce.
The meal was delicious and nowhere near as expensive as other hotels’ Christmas
dinners (which were up to ...