How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Graz
... as it headed back the way we come and climbed the short, but steep path to the top of the park. The park had a few cafes and restaurants, but also still had remnants of the past. The two main sites are the massive clock tower, Uhrturm and the bell tower, Glockenturm. Interesting fact is while the castle was never conquered the fortress was largely demolished by Napoleonic forces in 1809, and the city paid a ransom to not have either of these structures destroyed. You can see ...
... it enroute, as I have time (a few hours) and Wifi onboard. Marnie, imagine if we'd had Wifi back in the day when we travelled from Nice to Paris (or was it Paris to Nice)? The marriage proposal on board (playful, not real) and the pictures we took with so much laughter would be emailed back home and posted to our blogs or FB! I still have time to look out the window, enjoy, dream, and take photos. My little world is ...
... covered in padlocks, which was really quite cool! After noseying at the padlocks for a while, we then headed out to find the fanicular. The views from the top of the hill were pretty epic, and we opted to find a bench and eat our packups whilst admiring the prettiness of the area.
We spent several hours up here, just wandering and chilling and taking in the sights, before taking a slow walk back down, to find a big Red Bull set up related ...
After a very early start this morning (5am to be precise), and the fastest get ready ever, I headed down to reception to fetch all of our washing, praying on the way down that it would be done and dry! Fortunately it was, so I headed back up with my basket under my arm, ready to wake a very sleepy Emma (who was not impressed at all)!
After quickly packing the last few pieces, ...
... lights. I had been hearing about this really cool clock that comes to life at 11am, 3pm and 6pm with dancing figurines. We were so excited about it. Biggest anti climax ever. It was 5 minutes of 2 statues spinning to really creepy church bells. We also experienced Graz nightlife with the other tour in the evening, at an underground club which was so crowded and smokey but it was ...