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... we had to come to Austria to try them for the first time. The meal was another really good one.
Then we commenced on a walking tour of the rest of Olbendorf. We were hard pressed to find a building that wasn't well-cared for or a property that wasn't crisp, clean, and devoid of clutter. There were old houses, new houses, big, small - all had a story...and Patrick knew it. We saw only two houses made of wood; ...
... talking. They are so - I don't even know - smart, creative, logical, and also stylish. Their house (and others we saw) even has decorative stripes on the front. So cool.
Next, Patrick took us on a walking tour of part of Olbendorf. For such a small population, the town is very spread out, with different neighborhoods identified with signs - dorf (village), bergen (mountain), etc. He knew so much about so many houses. We saw the house ...
... which she was obsessed with maintaining.
OK - today we went to another part of the Kunsthistorisches Museum. We saw the Arms and Armor Collection, as well as the Historical Instruments Collection.
We spent more time than expected in all the museums we've visited so far, and today was the same. The Arms and Armor Collection was so extensive, we couldn't believe it. It just kept going and going, room after room. We saw so ...
... lunch in Bad Radkersburg, a little town right on the boarder of Slovenia and Austria. Mat was pleased with his XXL schnitzel (it was actually called that!). We got back to the van around 6.30pm, just as it was getting dark. A very pleasant "flat" (only 800m climbing!) 75km ...
... to Italy. As well, we signed up to wwoofing (organic farming volunteering) as we hope to find some volunteer work in Italy for a couple of weeks in November. Late afternoon we drove to Straden. A very tiny village up on a hill overlooking the landscape of south east Styria. It's beautiful! We bought some of the local specialty, Kürbis Kernöl (pumpkin seed oil). Very ...