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In Graz we also visited the Armoury Museum which is the largest of its kind in Europe. Who could believe how much armoury and weapons were salvaged from the battlefields of Europe, even if many of them carry the distinct signs of gruesome battles. It might sound strange but seeing it all in person makes me realise that the epic battles, sieges and crusades actually did happen hundres of years ago!
After only one night in Graz its time to jump on another Austrian train and head for the capital, Vienna. The further West we travel the faster and more expensive the trains get. This one goes up to 200km/hr but cost around $60NZ for a 200km trip.
P.S. after having visited Vienna, one can see why so many people prefer Graz's narrow windy streets and slow pace of life to the much larger and more grandios capital. Both have their appeal for sure but, given the chance, we would go for Graz!