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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... Laura in the room, and took the boys downstairs to try out the bowling. It is a 9 pin game that uses a smaller ball with no finger holes. We got instructions from the older German gentleman, who turned the game on for us. Instructions were in rapid German, so we just followed the few simple rules about where to roll the ball from (which they made clear through repetition when we were obviously not getting it), and had fun until Laura rejoined us and it was time ...
It was a glorious, sunny morning for our 40 minute drive up the valley to the ski area. I didn't mention yesterday that in typical fashion for us, we kind of put off making hotel reservations until pretty late, so we didn't pick a ski area so much as found a good hotel and then found the closest ski area to the hotel. Fortunately, there are hundreds in Austria, so it all worked out. Despite the fact that Google said we still had 8 kms to go, Keith still has common sense ...
... loft for the boys to sleep in, and there is a children’s play area just off the bar with a climbing wall! Only downside is that they stop serving at 9 pm. That and the fact that Sam twisted his ankle just before we left home and it still hurts, so keep your fingers crossed that he will be able to ski tomorrow.
... peacock won the rights to sit on the bench and the crow backed down in shame. It was riveting to watch. We also saw an all-white peacock, something neither of us had ever seen.
We walked nearly 30 k in our two days here and made sure to walk up and down all the pretty streets. Austria is the most expensive country we have visited this far, so we were reduced to eating soggy supermarket sandwiches 3 meals a day. Luckily, ...
... day we started with visiting the house in Graz where my great grandmother lived, before climbing the Schloßberg and viewing the symbol of the city - the Uhrturm, and then making our way down into the market place. Being a small city we then had ample time to visit the shopping centre where we ate the classic Schnitzel, topping up our culinary delights after the Paprika Chicken in Hungary!