Hotel Schloss Obermayerhofen
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... plate came full-circle. She was sister to Philip, Patrick's 2nd great grandfather. As we were leaving, Patrick's mother Christine, handed me a gift, saying she thought it would go well in our country cottage. It was a pretty votive candle holder. We were touched.
The drive back to Vienna was - well, we don't really know what it was because the only person not sleeping was the one driving - thanks for getting ...
... hung it on the fence. Everyone was well-dressed. We were continually noticing how well the Europeans dressed. We have no idea how expensive their clothes were or if they were by famous designers, but they all looked like they cared. We saw no one dressed sloppily or out in their pajamas like you see at home. It was nice. Today we met another cousin - Patrick's brother Christoph! His girlfriend Christina was with him. They are planning a long ...
... Vienna during the week, then going home to Olbendorf on the weekend, Patrick had never been to any of the places we visited during our stay. He enjoyed playing tourist. I was grateful he took the week off and spent so much time with us.
We piled into Christina's nice little Citröen and headed south to Burgenland - the easternmost state in the country. My father's ancestors are all from this area. Olbendorf is the birthplace of ...
... lunch in Bad Radkersburg, a little town right on the boarder of Slovenia and Austria. Mat was pleased with his XXL schnitzel (it was actually called that!). We got back to the van around 6.30pm, just as it was getting dark. A very pleasant "flat" (only 800m climbing!) 75km ...
... to Italy. As well, we signed up to wwoofing (organic farming volunteering) as we hope to find some volunteer work in Italy for a couple of weeks in November. Late afternoon we drove to Straden. A very tiny village up on a hill overlooking the landscape of south east Styria. It's beautiful! We bought some of the local specialty, Kürbis Kernöl (pumpkin seed oil). Very ...