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- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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We jumped on the bikes around 11am and followed the Weistraßeweg (wine bike trail) from Kitzeck through and around the vineyards. We stopped in a little town called Gamlitz for lunch. We had a roll and tasted their local specialty pastry (see photo). We kept going, not realising for 15km that we had gone the wrong way and were now back on the same loop! ...
We joined Denise and Günther for breakfast then packed up and continued our gas hunt. Günther very kindly phoned a shop for us to explain the situation, and we got gas! Unfortunately we had to buy another connection and gas bottle (we now have 3! Definitely increasing the value of Percy!), but it will be better in the ...
We had breakfast with Denise and Günter. Delicious bread, local meat and cheese, home made spreads, excellent coffee. It was lovely. Just after noon we walked into Graz, about a 20 minute walk. We sat in the main square for a bit, then went up to the Schloss and admired Graz from above. We found a very good ice cream shop for ...
... cheese and bread for lunch. It was lovely to meet and spend time with Vilma, Hans, Denise and Günter (oh and the dogs, Tess the Dalmatian and -we can remember Vilmas's dogs name!-). We left at 5.30pm and headed to Denise and Gunter's home in Graz. After a little confusion we found them, and were warmly welcomed into ...
... well as the birth place of Wolfgang Mozart the famous composer. We had Gelato from one of the shops on the cobbled streets and walked back through the Mirabel gardens where I saw some people wearing shirts that said 'Syria - welcome to Austria'. The next day we heard that over 10,000 refugees from Syria had taken the train from Austria to Munich the day we were in Salzburg. That's a lot of people!
We went back to Kirchberg and had dinner at home before going to bed.