Erlebnis Post Stadthotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is made into cream cheese. 3) the cream is split into butter and buttermilk. 4) the buttermilk is sold for drinking, and the butter is moulded, wrapped and sold! €5 for 500g (did you know it takes 25L of milk to make 1kg of butter!) A very fun day and Orgenhias Alm with Teresa and the cows! (Some photos are bad quality as they are just a photo of the photo on the camera, but we wanted to share a taste of our ...
... and had teo ask three people for directions from there! But we found it, and were put straight to work milking the cows! Teresa and the other milk maid, Clara, made a special German dish for dinner (Spätzle) which was amazing! Best Austrian meal yet ...
... very fortunate indeed – also lazy! We sat in bars where Italians spoke to Serbs, Romanians to Bulgarians, Spaniards to Croatians – all in English. The language of choice when addressing a stranger is English and much of the language you see about you everywhere – billboards, writing on vehicles, on things you buy from the shops – is too. Far from being ‘on the brink of war’ every day that we get to know – and like and ...
Getting excited whilst packing! It's been a long time since we had a summer holiday at all and ten years since we have had the prospect of two weeks away on the bike. Last October we rode down the Adriatic coast to Dubrovnik and back through Bosnia in eight days. On that trip we had a support vehicle in the shape of Vernon's car so we had the luxury of ...
... and said “Hello!”
“Hello,” I murmured - averting my eyes. He stepped towards me and I held my breathe. Oh Good God…please don’t come any closer!
To my horror, he turned and waved his hand in the direction of the spa, smiled and said something in German.
I am sure it was something like “Go on in!” or “Welcome to this glorious spa!” But it felt more like “Welcome! You’re ...