Hotel Brueckl Wirt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... along with a massive complex under the hill to provide the citizens of Graz safety from arial bombings during the Second World War. It claims that it could of accommodated up to 50,000 people. Now it links one side of the park to the other and also provide access to lifts and a small train system. It has quickly become apparent that Graz is an Artsy town, our hotel is boutique, lots of galleries and the tunnel systems also hosts an annual music festival. We decided to by pass ...
... our wet suits could start working and so that we didnt get a bit of shock if we fell in. After that down the river we went. We played alot of games such as trying to see who could run around the edge of the raft, and who could dunk their heads underwater without falling out, we each had to jump out as well to check that we could pull each other back in in an emergency. We landed in each others laps everytime so i just kept repeating '****** to the ...
... we left for the bus again. Prague is a beautiful country, the countryside was very similar to Vienna, the town was a mixture of old and new and the night life was awesome.
We checked out a few icons and some churches etc. We then also went to look at the Lennon Wall. A wall dedicated to John Lennon with artwork painted on by various citizens. I also wrote a few lines on the wall, so now my name is forever etched into Prague.
... than the one in the French Riveira. I wish I had more money set aside for here as alot of the rides were alot of fun. We had dinner and a voucher for two rides which although short and nothing 'wow' it was still good fun. We also did a water ride and the best ride of all was a ghost ride.You went in a carriage in the dark and creepy things suddenly lit up and jumped at you, whether it was ghosts or hanging people or people who had been chopped up etc. You could ...
MONDAY: We've had a wonderful couple of days in Vienna with Lisi and her family and I've felt very fortunate to have their friendship and hospitality. I've also really appreciated and enjoyed having a comfy big home and back yard to walk around in; sometimes it's the little things that make a big difference. I think the small confines of a hotel room are starting to have me feeling a little cooped up and claustrophobic at times, and ...