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Travel Blogs from Gross-Enzersdorf
... to move toward autumn and to the disappointment of the local kids the school holidays finished. The roads and campsites were a bit quieter and company in most spots were now hardy late season tourers, travellers and retires. After 3 days of hard yakker reached Innsbruck and intended to spend a couple of days sightseeing in the area famous for hosting the Winter Olympics twice. However rain conspired against our riding and ...
... my groceries, paid, loaded them up, and headed back. When I returned he was only half way through the path. Ya know what they say, slow and steady wins the race.
I headed across town to the practice space that we rent once a week, and played for 4 hours. It felt so good to have uninterrupted time to myself and playing the piano. Music just does wonderful things. I came home, and did homework, nothing very eventful. Quite a busy day planned tomorrow. I need to rest up for ...
... ham and salami ty meat slices. There was yogurt, fruit salad, red berries, muesli -four types of and fruit juice, the waitress brought bread rolls out and tea and coffee. Afterwards, we headed to the underground and headed for the zoo, we managed to navigate the ticket nap machine, only to find out that we needed to get our tickets stamped on the way into the underground. We went one stop on the U1 and caught the U4 to the ...
Today was my last day at EGU. In the morning I dabbled in a few talks on whether or not we are entering a new geologic epoch - "The Anthropocene", and researchers in this session provided evidence that the geologic and geomorphic landscape in the last few thousand years has been dramatically changed by human influence. I also sat in on a few talks on combining ice core, marine and terrestrial data to get a better picture of the last ...
... a connection at Innsbruck which was nearly missed as our first train was running a little late. We had a 30min wait in Brenner which passed pretty quickly as we had the entertainment of a rather cranky/annoying Italian lady and the place was covered in snow!
7hrs later we arrived in Mezzocorona. Anna met us off the train, and drove us to our 'home’, it was a great feeling walking back into Andrea’s house as it truly does feel like ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed