Romantikhotel Im Weissen Roessl
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... of the city is St. Stevens Cathedral, which is home to the second largest pipe organ in the world, 17,734 pipes. This cathedral burnt down almost completely in the 1652 town fire and was rebuilt in the baroque style after the fire. It is beautifully decorated with frescoes inside and on the ceilings, all of which depict wonderful Biblical scenes. We enjoyed a 30 minute organ concert there, which filled every seat ...
I've got a long way to go to get home and not long to do it in....as North Serbia & Hungary are very flat & very unexciting I hit the road, did 460 miles and finished up in a one horse town in Austria.
No pictures as nothing to see.....
... are! Town just as I imagined. Motel lovely and lots of little streets to wander around and bars and restaurants. Went up in the castle, which isn't so impressive, and up the tower. Then wandered a bit more, had a drink at a bar, then dinner on the river , watching the canoes and rafts coming in. Then went to a piano bar and sat with a yank from Charlstn... Had a good ...
... the property, watched the animals, and the sunset. Such a special place. Then Rudy and Martha turned it over to us- made sure we knew how to build a fire and made sure we knew where the extra schnapps was (as if we were going to finish off the huge first bottle!) and here we are now. We had our fire, drank a little more schnapps, Jason played some guitar (which was awesome because that has not happened much at all with ...
... We had a wondrous selection of beer, pizza, soup, and potato pancakes. Lisa thought the owner was a Gypsy (?) but the food was delicious. The potato pancakes were crispy and soft, the pizzas were topped with loads of meats, cheeses, and vegetables, and the beer was dark and rich.
We then went to the olde castle and walked through its courtyards. There was a live bear on each side of the entrance (bears are everywhere!), ...