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... the historical facts about their town! It was a very picturesque town, with the lovely buildings. We went into the Swarovski shop. I have been looking at a pair of earrings in Perth and Penang for a couple of years and as they were cheaper here in Austria, I bought them. As well as a necklace! We were then free to do our own thing so off we went looking around the centre, going down lots of little lanes and looking ...
... There are hiking trails basically out our door, as well as several working goat and agricultural farms.
There are a few big box stores. No Costco (fridges/cupboards too small for the "family size" products), but we did hit IKEA. Strange, I know, but you can't beat their storage solutions or the price. Today we explored the old town (mostly because I wanted some apple strudel). ...
... from). Alex ordered a beer in German. When the beers arrived the label declared them as alkoholfreies bier aka alcohol free. The group erupted into laughter when that discovery was made. Alex's was the only bier with alcohol. In a laneway close to our meeting place were many bars with accordions, music and lots of people. It was a way more happening place than the bar we'd just come from. The consensus was that we'd at least remember our time in ...
... to be intrigued with what we might find here. The old town has a couple of squares and a few cafes. in the centre square, they are setting up a market, probably Saturday or maybe Sunday, not sure, but there will be an angry person arriving in the square to find their car is longer there as the Police were picking a car up as it had been in the wrong place for too long, surrounded by a few onlookers...
The streets however are typically steep and narrow with a selection of ...
Needless to say we were very hungry when we arrived back at the car. Thankfully we took some water bottles with us or we likely would have died of dehydration. The kids were little rock stars on the whole thing!
I must say though we felt pretty accomplished and the scenery, of course, was breath taking. I think it was the scenery that was taking our breathe away…it might have been the length of the walk, the heat and the hills….but whose ...