- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... displays, which was cool. We went to get some lunch but waited so long we got up and walked away, so no lunch for us. We also got lost heading back to the van as we didn't realise there were 2 rivers in the city, one, or actually both of which we had been using as a reference point! Anyway, we traveled on to our camper top for the night, the first one we have had to ourselves! A nice quiet night.
Bad night for Sara's arm, so decided to head back into Austria to have it looked at. Went to the hospital at Villach and they couldn't find anything broken, so got a cortisone injection in her shoulder joint, which should hopefully help. Heading off for Slovenia ..... long hot ...
... way, we stopped at a pretty stream for picnic as well as a random castle we happened to pass. We reached the monastery, visited its St. Trinity church built in 1407, bought some wine made by the monks from their vineyards, and quietly toured the surrounding grounds. Carthusian monks are of the strictest contemplative order in the Roman Catholic church. They live simple and hushed lives of farmwork and prayer, only speaking once a week during ...
... was all about. First time.
Yep, was just like I had sort of imagined. I felt like I needed to put my "thinking cap" on real well, or maybe my coordination hat would be more fitting...it was such a crazy feeling to be suspended by so little...it was as if wearing an adult-sized "nappy" with a rope around my waist and some clips... Reminded me of canyon-swinging where I wanted to be checked over and over again that I was hooked up ...
... to super drug and spent ages searching and trying to explain to the staff what I wanted. After talking to a few people a qualified pharmacist was called for and instantaneously on looking at the packet said "Apotheke" (chemists) apparently even Lemsip is too hardcore for the Austrians and has to be carefully sold in a chemists. As luck would have it the next day I stopped at the first Apotheke I saw and one of the staff spoke some English, even luckier they had exactly what I ...