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In the seven years since we arrived here in Austria we have not had a summer holiday. Running a busy biker hotel leaves little time for anything else. Not that we are complaining, It's been a lot of fun in itself. We have had holidays of course but only in our off season. 2015 is a year of big changes for us, with this being our last season here. The hotel has been sold and the new owners are gradually taking over. We are starting to think ...
... the Austrian Alpine region and the route we decided on involved a lot of highway running, boring but necessary to cover larger distances. Fortunately we rode the majority of the trip once again through the Alps and the scenery never failed to amaze Marg and I. The Austrians showed off their engineering ability with an unbelievable road network including tunnels longer than 5km bored directly through some of the mountains, an amazing building ...
Left the hotel, had a short toilet break and on to Graz - 300,000 people 2nd largest city, highest amount of sunshine, driest area, 6 units, 44,000 uni students
Schlosborg castle. Town Hall statues are for craft, trade, finance, agriculture
Lunch was kasekrainer and hot dog then hiked up 260 steps to the fortress at the top of the hill, …
... is so beautiful. And a great long golf course at Bad Gastein (well about here).
We got into Klagenfurt on time at 17.18. Took just over 20 minutes to get to our four star hotel. It was a bit of a disappointment - but win a few, lose a few. We were most upset that the wifi didn't work properly - not so concerned with the squeaky floor in the hall (and in the rooms). Nice big room and big ...
... at a plant nursery because they had a special open day. What an amazing nursery - they have all the beautiful trees and plants that grow well in this climate as well as a surprising collection of exotics - cactus, bougainvilla, citrus trees and palms. Many people here have sunrooms so I imagine they create exotic indoor gardens to get them through the snow time.
We also have to check in with the local authorities and let them know our ...