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... 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 ...
Hartberg is a very cute little town and our hotel is beautiful! Situated next to the castle, the Alter Gerischtof is sophisticatedly decorated and very well presented. My room is rather large! With big bay windows that open out onto a balcony. The bed is SO comfortable I literally feel like I'm sleeping in a marshmallow. Breakfast is alright... No toast though. And you have to pay for eggs! So I guess it's another week of eating muesli!! On ...
... few games... not very easy without the bumpers but I managed to knock a few pins down!
Oberpullendorf is situated on top of a large hill and down the (very steep) road was Unterpullendorf! There were a few nice restaurants but even on a Saturday night it was like a ghost town! We ate at a very nice restaurant called Schmeydes which served a range of food from Pizza to Duck!
Our next stop is Hartberg which is rumoured to be a very nice hotel! Looking forward to ...
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. ...
Up at 6am Off to Schonbrunn Palace at 7.30am. First people through the gates so able to take lots of photos with no one there. This is amazing. The size of the place! No photos inside but I had a ball with the camera in the garden! In the 16th century, the ruler of Austria, Maria Theresa wanted to move from the Winter Palace in the centre of Vienna because of all the awful smells, garbage, sewerage, etc.... So she moved to the Summer Palace outside Vienna....it had been built ...