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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
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... lunch in Bad Radkersburg, a little town right on the boarder of Slovenia and Austria. Mat was pleased with his XXL schnitzel (it was actually called that!). We got back to the van around 6.30pm, just as it was getting dark. A very pleasant "flat" (only 800m climbing!) 75km ...
My tentative plan for my last full day with a rental car was to drive from the Lake Bled area in northwestern Slovenia to Ptuj in the northeast via a mountain road that crosses two passes and briefly into Austria before dropping down into Logarska Dolina, a lightly populated and supposedly especially beautiful valley near the Austrian border in the north central part of the country. The weather made me alter my plans, though. There's no reason to try to visit a place with great ...
... to Italy. As well, we signed up to wwoofing (organic farming volunteering) as we hope to find some volunteer work in Italy for a couple of weeks in November. Late afternoon we drove to Straden. A very tiny village up on a hill overlooking the landscape of south east Styria. It's beautiful! We bought some of the local specialty, Kürbis Kernöl (pumpkin seed oil). Very ...
... after Mats expert navigation we popped out at an ice cream shop - very convenient! We stopped for a cone then continued back to Kitzeck. We got back at 4.45pm, just as the rain started. First we've had in a while, and unfortunately it's predicted to last the next 24hrs. It was a 70km ride and we barely passed a car the whole way on the beautiful back ...
... The clouds disappeared and we had another beautiful clear day. We headed to Kitzeck in the Styrian wine region. Kitzeck is the highest vineyard town in southern Styria. We took the bikes out for a 40km spin through the vineyards. We are parked in Kitzeck with a beautiful view over the valley. Fingers crossed for a good day ...