Thermenhotel Kowald An Der Therme Loipersdorf
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A lot of driving today sadly leaving the beautiful mountains, heading to Graz. Graz is the 3rd largest capital of Austria, but more of an industrial hub, no mountains etc. Our hotel is about 10km out of the city centre booked here because I couldn't get a city centre hotel, have learnt today that's because the Austrian Grand Prix is on, which is one of the huge races ...
... The hallway floors are winding and never level. The buildings are curvy and built into the hillside. The interior is largely tiled with vivid colours and odd shaped tile. Initially it is quite overwhelming but as we have gotten used to it, it is quite attractive.
Everyone wanders around in a bathrobe and bathing suit ( and some, without the bathing suit). There are beds draped with diaphonous curtains, like ones on the beach in ...
... 24th) we decided to get dressed up and have a classy evening at a local restaurant and wine bar, Pusswald. The food was beautiful. And the wine was lovely! We ended up spending (and drinking) far too much but it was a great night out! Saturday - Sheepishly had breakfast. Avoiding eye contact with the other hotel guest who told us to keep the noise down last night. And then we were off on a day trip to Graz. It was only about 50 minute ...
We left the Hungary, crossed the boarder and appeared to Austria's easternmost and least populous land - Burgenland. We staied in farm Arkadenhof Pension - very beautiful country side place, clean and green, with many facilities, very nice owners Flasch family.
We came for 3 days so it were very busy and full of attractions stay. ...
... grandfather as a hunting lodge. This palace is Schonbrunn Palace that is now virtually in the centre of Vienna....the city moved out to meet it over the centuries. Maria Teresa had 16 children in 19 years (no wonder the smells affected her!) 13 of these survived til adulthood. Because the infant mortality rate was so high, Maria Teresa was fed 12 times a day while she was pregnant...the thinking being, well fed made a healthy baby....She put on a bit of weight. Her 15th ...