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... 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 ...
... the Daschau visit we drove into Munich and got parking quite close in. It was just a short walk through a traditional German food market before we caught sight of the famous Glockenspiel that was in the town square and housed in the most magnificent looking town hall. The building was huge and adorned with sculptures, it really was a beautiful place to look at and by far the best I have seen. We only had limited parking town so walked and viewed as much as possible. We ...
The local tobac sold stamps, so saved me a trip to the PO. Bliss.
Off to St Paul im Lavanttal for the Man of Nazareth exhibition. The village of Lavanttal is not recognised by google maps, so using St Andra which is close by. The Benedictine Monastery was built in 1091, and apart from its own extensive buildings, also incorporates a large enclosed formal garden complete with fountain, a vegetable garden and espalied fruit trees along the south ...
... Had the information about St Pauls and The Man from Nazareth translated....... geschlossen today but open Tuesday. Interestingly, the hotel staff were also surprised that the tourist sites were closed on Monday.
Shops with cards. Seventh heaven. And suitable cards. Wont know myself. I've been struggling all through Italy and France to find appropriate greeting cards.
... us being weird). We also put one on for lees oma & grandad. The hotel room was massive!! It has 2 double beds, a single bed and a large desk in the room and there is still room to have a party! We're about 10 mins walk into town past about 20 shoe shops. Austrians must like a good shoe?! Italia bound tomorrow and fingers crossed the weather will stay sunny ...