- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Indoor pool
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... the New World until the mid-1500's. Fine beer was already being produced however. After lunch we headed off to the museum because it was supposed to be closed the next day. Surprise, it was closed for the entire holiday season.
So, we decided to walk the length of the town and take the Eggenberg Brewery tour, stopping at the Christmas market in the central square for a warm beverage and to purchase some super fleece-lined leather gloves. Brewery was closed, but ...
... while hauling huge stones up the stairs and took scores of others with them like dominoes as they tumbled to their deaths) is in a green and mossy little valley surrounded by woodland. There are houses on the surrounding hills within a kilometre radius that would have a permanent view of the camp from their front door. It's absolutely bizarre, and unsettling that something so utterly horrific can be so close to a cute little Austrian village. I ...
... and one section leads into the next by funnelling most of the water down a narrow shute. This means that as you paddle down the river, you occasionally get fun little rapid bits and get splashed with rather a lot of water. The Finnish girl we met at the hostel happened to see us, and she waved to us as we went down one of the rapids. As we neared the end, there were different end spots for each of the rafting companies. On one bend, there was a spot for this company, around ...
... what they saw. Unfortunately its a sad reality that we all need to be made aware of so that history does not repeat itself. Then we walked around the campsite, saw the quarry where the prisoners were pushed off, the bunkers they slept in and the crematorium and gas chamber where I felt really eerie and overwhelmed.
It still baffles me that its part of our history, as in this generation we live in. I can't fathom the terror they ...
... a couple of pubs to enjoy a drink at before moving onto a brightly lit and modern looking cocktail bar which looked very out of place in the old town. There we proceeded to have s**********tails and beers and get quite tiddly.
In all the excitement of finding cheap tasty cocktails we forgot to have dinner. On the way back up that massive hill to our b&b we found an Italian place and topped off the night with a pizza and pasta. And a Baileys on the rocks for ...