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... for best western hotels. It's a large room on ground floor with a kettle. Can make a cuppa. Greg has a headache so have to find panadol as well. It must be the hat I bought him. Looks like a local now. Was good to have a cat nap at hotel before tea. Tea at restaurant wad lovely. Greg had steak with salad & vegies. Huge & I had just vegies. No walking tonight just relaxing in our huge room. Move onto Graz tomorrow so will awake at 6am. Guten ...
... so incredibly neat, especially after being in Italy where they have the chaos theory perfected. I think they must have a pressure release valve somewhere as they are so contained. Maybe it's on the ski slopes and sport where they happily take on danger with no fear.
Salzburg Dining, Adam decided on the Barenwirt Restaurant, which took some finding until we worked out we were standing in front of it. Unfortunately they were booked out so we booked in for ...
... heart of a busy town. Sissi's Garden had all the aesthetic qualities that Sissi herself boasted. I had a fantastic afternoon walking around the 2 attractions, and most importantly, walking amongst other people. I really missed civilisation.
Dinner was provided for at Cafe Sissi where I had dinner last Sunday. For those of my friends who had started to ascertain my mood based on the number of cakes I ate, I had a piece of cake tonight. ...
... pay our respects to those who lost their lives at the hands of the Nazi regime. A cold, dark, dirty and terrible place made us all realise just how lucky we are that we didn't have to try and survive in these disease ridden conditions. The bullet holes in the cement walls and scratch marks in the gas chambers will be something I'll never forget. From there we continued forward to Prague, (the hidden city.) Until then, ...
... holidaymakers and their pimped cars.
Next we went to the ‘Grossglockner high alpine road’, Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse, and paid the 29 euro toll for this tourist road. Stunning views surely would have left us breathless if it hadn’t been a total whiteout. In fact, it was snowing at the top where we had lunch (and enjoyed the elusive Germknodel for dessert) – in the height of summer! We got some sense of the ...