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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 ...
... 24th) we decided to get dressed up and have a classy evening at a local restaurant and wine bar, Pusswald. The food was beautiful. And the wine was lovely! We ended up spending (and drinking) far too much but it was a great night out! Saturday - Sheepishly had breakfast. Avoiding eye contact with the other hotel guest who told us to keep the noise down last night. And then we were off on a day trip to Graz. It was only about 50 minute ...
... 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. ...
... to see....and the view out the back to the garden was jaw dropping! Wow! The view up to Neptune's Well and The Gloriette! Maria Theresa decided The Gloriette should be designed to glorify Habsburg power and the Just War. It worked, I'd say. Simply spectacular . This was one of the places that I especially wanted to see on my trip ( Lost count yet?) I walked up the hill with Trish...NZ sister. Well worth the walk. The view back down to the Palace and over Vienna were ...