Quite the sleepiest town yet
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So, being tired of staying in the same Village all day and my cousin being no fan of hiking, we decided to take the bus to Murzzuschlag, the next town. We didn't want to miss Watergymnastics, but the buses only go once in two hours, so we decided we'd just miss it this time. So, we went with the Schoolbus... yes, it was the only bus going at a convenient time... and were puzzled, when the Bus turned into a valley, that definetly wasn't the Murzzuschlag direction. But since we didn't want to look like idiots, and Conny had a crush on the busdriver already, we decided to go with the flow... and see, it turned around after dropping of every kid and went to Murzzuschlag again. Via Kapellen, btw, which hosts the worlds largest spinning wheel.
So, in Murzzuschlag we got off and went to the Marketplace. It had a lot of little shops and we immediatly stormed to the shoe-shops, fruitless, though. Then there was a "Shoppingcentre", which also had some chains and a coffeehouse. Since we weren't allowed to drink coffee, that was tortured. Finally we decided to look at the local church and the Rosseggerstübl.
Then we went to a clothingstore, also fruitless. And then we decided to walk the parks and then we got totally bored, and decided to take the earlier bus back... which was still an hour off. So we drank tea and had a girl-to-girl talk.
I think the total time we spent in Murzzuschlag was two hours. And thats too little time to judge, really. And we were also tired, because of the diet-programme. Maybe its more exciting in Winter for the winter-sports. And maybe there are more people to be seen on other days. But seriously, this was the most bor... am sleepiest place I have ever seen.