COM.INN Hotel Gussing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today, Brian pushed the envelope of his comfort zone, walking around this huge spa in a bathrobe and slippers...and that was before we ran into the naked man and woman heading to the sauna. That was enough to convince us to skip the sauna.
But there is lots to do in this very unusual spa. We have spent two days lazing around the thermal pools, getting pedicures, Reading and napping. Rogner Bad Blumau is reminiscent of Gaudi's architecture ...
... we had a friend there who we were going to see! Ate at a really nice Thai restaurant for lunch and then wet to watch 12 Years A Slave at an English cinema! Met up with Ross (Philipp) and had a really nice day with him! Just before we left for Graz, I had opened my window out onto the balcony, I turned around and a cat had appeared in my room! Naturally I was very excited about this and ended up sitting with it on my lap for about an hour!! So ...
Our hotel for the next few days is a Sport Hotel(!!) So, we are all on a little bit of a health kick!
The hotel comes with a large gym which is free for guests to use - we took advantage of that alot!! There's also a bowling alley inside the hotel. In our heads, we were imagining a big hi-tech bowling centre like David Lloyd; what we got was a VERY dated room that smelt like sick and 3 VERY old bowling lanes with what looked like melons for bowling balls. Still, we ...
We left the Hungary, crossed the boarder and appeared to Austria's easternmost and least populous land - Burgenland. We staied in farm Arkadenhof Pension - very beautiful country side place, clean and green, with many facilities, very nice owners Flasch family.
We came for 3 days so it were very busy and full of attractions stay. ...
... Marie Antoinette. Marie Theresa's grandfather built the arena connected to the Winter Palace in Vienna where noble ladies would ride gracefully around in circles trying to catch the 'brass ring' on long elaborate sticks they carried. It was called The Carousel. The ordinary people wanted to play as well....so they carved wooden horses and placed on circular platforms...and ladies rode these horses to try to catch the 'brass ring'. Hence The Carousel was born. I did not ...