Ibis Budget Graz City
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... the boys and I returned to the hotel lobby for dessert and a little internet time. Sam got a half chocolate - half vanilla muffin, while Blake went with the torte with layers of chocolate, vanilla and cherry. We returned to the room a little later, with everyone full and tired. Took only a couple of chapters in our current book before everyone was either asleep (Laura) or ready to sleep without further complaint (Sam and Blake). Overall, a very successful day.
... had no idea what it was because the description was in German, but I couldn't make any more decisions (I am trying to spare you the details of how very sore I was at this point, and how difficult it was getting to actually cut my own food with my injured left wrist). Blake and Keith decided to check out the sauna when we returned to the room, but Sam and I opted for watching a documentary on Chinese cooking (the only thing in English on the TV) and I passed out almost ...
... for our first full on family vacation. We left after I finished with my class this afternoon. We spent a little time lost driving in circles in town before we got the right road up the hill to the hotel. Google just couldn't seem to find herself in the mountains and our printed driving directions seemed to connect two roads that were not actually connected. Fortunately ...
... 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, ...
... the war the camp was then used to house 25,000 Germans who awaited war time trials. The barracks got destroyed by fire in 1962 and only the first of 36 buildings that housed over 300 prisoners was rebuilt to show the cramped living conditions. It has been a rather morbid but interesting morning trying to take in all the information provided and walking through areas where so much suffering and death occured. It's not a place I would of chosen to have gone but I'm glad I ...