Hotel Kerschbaumer und Gasthof zur Weinstube
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Travel Blogs from Russbach am Pass Gschutt
... for a walking tour. This is the famous composer Mozart's birthplace so lots of touristy Mozart" nick nacks". The weather was warm / hot with temp 30-31 degrees. Would have been ok if my feet/ ankles weren't throbbing & swelling. Have to find the voltaren before another walking tour tomorrow in Graz. Enough of ailments. Our tour took us through the old town where we met our tour director after lunch who walked (not again) back hotel to check in. ...
... aims a black screen at its target and hopes he gets something. Time no longer matters as he can't read it.
I didn't bring a camera, relying on my phone. Apparently i have no storage left. It tells me every photo I take it can not fit any more in so I delete one more of my precious images and take another shot.
Facebook is driving us mad, we have always resisted, and have no idea how to reply or deal with messages. It's a 24 hour job. Everyone is ...
... best beds. We were also able to go into town to get our lift passes sorted before the coach arrived so it was really fast. I got some lunch with some of the 2 weekers then walked back to the guest house. At 5pm the bar opened so we went for a drink and were introduced to a game where you have to bang a nail into the wooden stump but you have to use the wrong end of the hammer and the last person to bang their nail in has to buy everyone else ...
... how pleasant it is to walk and how slow the pace is (except when I want my restaurant bill).
For those who are following my weather reports, we have had a total of 5 minutes of rain on this trip. It occurred today while we were under an awning waiting to start our Hellbrunn Palace garden tour.I have probably just cursed us for the rest of the trip but we have seen the most important things already in good weather--very exciting!
... 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, ...