Thermen- & Vitalhotel
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... we drove back to Patrick's with Christina to pick up our bags and to say a quick and sad goodbye to his family. I had given Patrick's family a glass plate that was passed down from my great grandmother Franziska Kovacs to her daughter; who passed it to her daughter (a cousin of mine); who passed it to me. I thought it would be a nice thank-you gift for their hospitality. Franziska left Olbendorf for the USA...so in a ...
... Franz is my 1st cousin, twice removed. Then we saw Philip Kovacs, my 2nd great uncle and Patrick's 2nd great grandfather, along with his second wife Lukretia Brodner, and who I assume to be her parents. There were several other graves with other family names. In a village of 1200, I like to imagine that they belong to my family too.
We then went home for lunch and a tour of their property. Gerald and John got to talk more about ...
... their day. We did see two suits that were dented, which made us wonder if they were used in battle or games like jousting.
The Historical Instruments Collection is the world's most important collection of renaissance and baroque instruments. Many instruments that were played by famous musicians and composers are displayed here. John was blown away by the mandolins. We saw things we've never before seen or even heard of.
Total mileage 153 We are still getting up at 5am to beat the heat but slowly the temperatures are falling. Reached a village mid morning thought we were having our picnic breakfast on the village green only to find out the benches and waterfall were in ...
Total mileage 138 It was a difficult night to sleep, it's hot, no AC and a wedding reception was being held next door and they celebrated with live music until 4am and just after the music stopped the bells started ringing at 5am to celebrate the bride ...