Romantik Parkhotel Graz
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... they were only serving coffee and sweets. Along the way I spotted a few food caravans, so it was bratwurst rolls for lunch, our cheapest meal to date. Without a real plan in mind, we kept exploring the old town after lunch and came across a park up on a hill with a tunnel at its base dug deep into the hill. The Schloßbergtunnel runs the entire length of the Schloßberg area, a fortification that dates back to the 10th century. The tunnel is more recent than that, it ...
... 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 ...
... that Rosberg just got the edge on Hamilton, taking first place, with Hamilton in second and Massa in third.
After the race, we had 3 hours to kill before Mike and Ken finished work, so we sat and read and chilled, and the time went surprisingly fast! We then went into town, grabbed some dinner, headed back to the hotel and got everything packed up and ready to go to Slovenia tomorrow! Can't believe how fast its going, and how little time we have left now! ...
... round to re-set up camp, we would not shut up about what had just happened! We spent the rest of the afternoon chilling, and smiling, and reading, and relaxing, and trying to dry off from some very severe downpours of rain!
Once back in Graz, Mike and Ken droped us in the town to go and get dinner, before we headed back to out hotel, as tomorrow is an even earlier morning, and we get to go and see what the guys do and where they work, which should be pretty cool! ...
... book had a wide range of hymns from Johann Sebastion and before, right up to the 1990's. We skipped queueing up for the bread but I did say a little prayer for the rain to stop. It was only drizzling when we came out so I am not sure if that counts. The climb up involved some serious stairs but it was well worth the views. The fortifications were destroyed by Napoleon in 180X, ...