Hotel Reif - Urdlwirt
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... else or that we might get thoroughly lost in the network of one way streets and not find our way back before starvation got to us. Fortunately, the one-way streets did eventually bring us back to the town center (with only one dead-end), so we parked and got out to explore more on foot. The place that looked like it might have been an Indian restaurant looked too fancy, the cafe next door where the men stumbled out and into Laura did not have a menu posted ...
... steep parts and it was a long trip down. Another really bad fall for me meant I was done for the day when we finally reached bottom. Sam was done, but immediately said he wanted to snow board again tomorrow. Blake wanted to end the day on a happier note, so convinced Keith to take the t-bar to the top of the "FunSlope" that has ramps and bumps and things for intermediate skiers, while I told the rental guy we were going to keep our gear for another day.
... not to kill each other as we circled the same block 4 or 5 times. Keith wisely chose not to drive into the river that blocked the route that Google suggested at some point and Sam and Blake were actually being helpful at spotting the obscure street signs that I absolutely could not see. So, we got checked in in time to order pizza and beer in the lobby, and to log in to ...
... Carrying our stomachs along with our baggage, we drove to south to Graz. Again, the countryside was absolutely stunning and we enjoyed spectacular mountain views and German pop music on the radio.
We arrived in Graz around noon and immediately set out to explore. Graz was definitely our favorite city that we visited in Austria. The architecture is completely unique to the area and I’m sure I really irritated Dom with all ...
... We were exposed, but the wind had an icy nip to it. Fortuitously, Paul had been given some peach schnapps to drink at the top of the mountain, so we did. Warming from the inside out! Still kept our hands in our pockets though.
Our walk looped back past Offnerhutte where a new bunch of walkers were being entertained by a singer with an accordian. All very tyrolean.