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Awake at 6am. Showed, dressed, bags out & breakfast. Sun is shinning again today as we head down south east to Graz. Arrived in Graz after a short stop. Only 2 1/2 hrs as we passed some spectacular countryside. As we were front seat drivers today was able to take front photos through the cracked windscreen that happened on day 1. So you'll see shots that may have reflections of our coach driver Michael who comes from ...
We spent most of the day travelling between Hintertux and Bruck en def Mur around 2 hours south east of Vienna. We were on buses and trains from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm but that journey look us through a valley in the Austrian Alps though numerous quaint alpine towns backdropped by some stunning views of ...
Saturday started out gray and the original forecast was for a 60% chance of precipitation. We were slow to get up, but once moving and fed everyone seemed ready to head back tot he ski slopes (except perhaps Laura, whose headache continues despite her desire to have fun and enjoy the trip).
The sun was already breaking through the clouds as we got on the highway to head to the ski area. As we had kept the rental equipment, we had no problem diverting to ...
... off the highway when he saw the name of the ski area on a sign. Sam was hemming and hawing about whether to ski or snowboard until the last possible second, and in the end decided to go with snowboarding. I was a little nervous that this would mean that he would be done for the day after one hour (I think snowboarding just plain leads to more falls for a beginner), but never fear, I was the one whimpering by the end of the first run. Last week in Hungary apparently got ...
... it appears
that the lady and child have just moved out for the duration, leaving
everything, clothes, food etc in situ. She obviously has an interest
in things Indian as an incense smell pervades. The nose tunes out to
it after a short while.
Graz is a university town with loads
of people whizzing around on bikes so one needs to keep ones wits
sharpened to survive.