Hotel Loipersdorf Spa & Conference
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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We slept so late that Patrick asked us if we were ready for lunch. Only Christoph and Christina were still in bed, but they had an excuse - they were out until all hours of the morning. So was Patrick, but he only slept for a few hours. I don't know how he does it.
He made us pasta with a strong, pungent - but not too much - bärlauch sauce. That's German for what we call ramps. People in the southern USA eat them a ...
... It's still in the family. The Sturm there was the best! Christina joined us, and it was nice to have some time together, the four of us, to sit and visit. Her parents also joined us at one point for a while. Her father is funny. He's an actor and will be doing a play at the local theatre soon. Christina offered to bring us all back to Vienna the next day. We thought 'can she get any nicer?' But wait, she does! She started wondering aloud whether ...
... so seamless and well done, it looks brand new. Patrick gave us his bedroom - and the bed was SO comfortable, we slept very late both mornings. Walking into the kitchen, the first person I saw was Patrick's grandfather Johann - that second cousin, once removed, remember? His wife Herta was there, along with her caretaker. They were so cute! Johann stood up, speaking no English but saying his name to John. John said 'John' to Johann and ...
... 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 ...