Maiers Wellnesshotel Loipersdorf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... ale or elderflower cordial, but with a somewhat fruitier and more bitter flavour. Almdudler has been called the "national drink of Austria". Its popularity in Austria is second only to Coca Cola. I have read that 80 million litres of the beverage are produced per year!! If you ask me it tasted like flat ginger ale!! Dinner was back at our small hotel, pork fillet and ...
... For an additional fee, you can reserve one for your stay. Couples seem to be quite comfortable with snuggling in full view of people walking by. There are people napping around every corner.
The pools are huge, heated to 36 C. and interconnected. It is not busy but we estimate that if full, there would be around 500 people here.
We have included one picture of what looks like a Christmas tree on a tall pole. We are told the this ...
... 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 ...
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 ...