Hotel Gut Steinbach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... for a walking tour. This is the famous composer Mozart's birthplace so lots of touristy Mozart" nick nacks". The weather was warm / hot with temp 30-31 degrees. Would have been ok if my feet/ ankles weren't throbbing & swelling. Have to find the voltaren before another walking tour tomorrow in Graz. Enough of ailments. Our tour took us through the old town where we met our tour director after lunch who walked (not again) back hotel to check in. ...
... and headed off to another restaurant which the waiter recommended around the corner. After 1 hour of following his Austrian/German instructions that Adam had understood perfectly, we ended up in the Salzburg University Beerhall and Garden . Here we had a couple of Steins and some disgusting food. We only realized afterwards that everyone else were feasting off delicious array of Austrian Delicacies from the upstairs food hall. Hmmm it was a quiet night; I even ...
... snowing up there. The temperature today down in the city is not supposed to get out of the 40's and rain all day. I guess a river boat ride is out and a dive to some of the scenic spots is most likely out as well.
We're having a lot of fun experiencing the differences in how the Europeans decorate and furnish their properties. Much of what we are seeing building-wise is hundreds of years old, yet many of them ...
... a light evening since I am leaving in the morning. I wish I had more time here since there appears to be a lot to do. I head downstairs to grab a bite to eat and I end up talking to a cool Australian named Matt and then we start talking to 3 British girls who were sitting near us. Their names are Amelia, Poppy, and Hannah and they are on holiday from school. It was awesome getting to know all of them and we played cards at first but then we talked and talked ...
... pay our respects to those who lost their lives at the hands of the Nazi regime. A cold, dark, dirty and terrible place made us all realise just how lucky we are that we didn't have to try and survive in these disease ridden conditions. The bullet holes in the cement walls and scratch marks in the gas chambers will be something I'll never forget. From there we continued forward to Prague, (the hidden city.) Until then, ...