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HOTEL VIENA MIRAMAR

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posted by michael mosse alias Miichael Fotografias on Wednesday 13th of June 2012 07:07:03 AM

HISTORIA-HISTORY Around the year 1920 arrives in Buenos Aires a young German named Max Pahlke and get a job in Manesmann Argentina, a subsidiary of Germany's famous namesake dispute global markets to the other world powers. As shareholders of Germans as Argentina Manesmann Pahlke, this will rise rapidly in the hierarchy of the company along with their income. Unlike Manesmann shareholders who keep their German citizenship, Don Maximo is naturalized Argentine citizenship and acquires Charter Argentina. Around the thirties arrived in Buenos Aires a young woman named Melita Fleishesberger Austrian, born in Vienna. Maximum and Melita meet and marry in Uruguay. From this marriage were born two sons Max Jr. and Ingrid. Mrs. Melita has asthma and his son psoriasis. She alone or with your child, travel health centers in Europe without getting relief from their ailments. As Europe was near the start of World War II could not travel over the old world and some doctors advised him Bs As the healing baths of the Laguna de Mar Chiquita and mud applications. Melita had nothing to lose and his son and left there by the summer of 1938. Melita and her son stay in the German Pension, owned Dona Maria Tremensberger alias Tante Mimi. This board was located in the north-east corner of the current GHV, amenities were minimal but tasty food and attention to detail, instead of staying Melita 1 week 2 weeks stays and re-Bs As That winter Melita notice a great improvement in their asthma and psoriasis almost disappeared Maximum junior, so the following year, 1939 Miramar again to the same pension and Melita and Tante Mimi, enter into negotiations for a company half- Melita which puts the Capital to enlarge and improve the board .. Indeed the following year the "German pension" and listed as "Pension Vienna", photos of this building can be seen in the Museum Photographic Miramar Electric Cooperative. But ... on a ship can not be two captains and break the relationship between Melita and Tante Mimi, the dispute is settled with money that you Pahlke buy the Mimi and remain as sole owners of the "Pension Vienna." Ms. Tremensberger purchase then with that money, 3 Chalets half block east of Vienna and built a dining room and other units and the two pensions are thus very close to each other, German Pension and Pension Vienna. The Pahlke they quickly demolish the old building on the corner, and the best architects and civil engineers of Buenos Aires are the plans for the future Grand Hotel Vienna. Thus, in 1941 construction began on the enormous GHV, which had the following amenities: Building I (North) 26 twin rooms, 2 triple rooms, all the mattresses were and half square, Pullman springs, all with private bathroom, bathtub, hot and cold water, three-door closet and cedar paper polishing. On each floor there was a phone booth to pass calls from management. Building II (east) just for singles, 30 rooms w / private bath, 1 single bed, this building is finished building in 1947 and was never opened. Building III: 8 two-bedroom duplex apartments each with two beds per room, private bath, total 16 rooms Ground floor and 1st floor, located in Building II below, forming a U with an inner courtyard with flower beds and woodland paths baldosados. U was almost closing the building thermal baths with hot and cold water pumped from the sea salt with 8 tiles and bathtubs big hall through a room with bed rest and change. Above was the reading room with 12 desks oak double letter paper and envelopes with logo of the Hotel: a double-headed eagle, which is the shield of the city of Vienna. In 1956 I found several empty crates PARTAGAS brand of Cuban cigars, the best cigar in the world. On the ground floor of Building I was from east to west: the main dining room of 15 x 20 m with chairs and oak tables in the panels of the lamps had patinated bronze openings for the entry of cold air conditioning , original oil paintings on the walls, three each, 6 windows of 2 x 3 m, with roller shutter, glass and curtains. He kept the bar of 15 x 15 m with wooden chairs upholstered in brown-beige corduroy, leatherette upholstered in green tables, 2 oil paintings of 70 x 120 cm approx .. A steel ball pinball, operation manual (not electric) tabbed GHV, a desk 8 m long and polished wooden cash register: NCR manually operated ticketing. A commercial refrigerator 6 doors, air conditioning like the dining room below the entrance hall of 15 x 10 m, covered with travertine up to 2.50 m, a mirror of 2 x 2 m cantilever, counter reception and administrative office with sandblasted glass, furniture and safe. The main entrance hall and gave it the right was the salon professional with swivel chair, furniture "ad-hoc", a lounge for playing music from 78 rpm records, mark or radio Tefefunken AM or shortwave to the dining room and bar speakers hidden behind the curtains. There were also health w / men and women. Elevators: Building I: 2 c / u Make "Siemens Schukert" origin Germany. Building II: 1 c / u ditto. Linking Building I to II was the kitchen, and other salty and usually in the basement w / baking, so that odors do not mix, an espresso machine to steam, the main kitchen had a stove oil c / air blower of 1.7 x 2.5 m with 4 ovens, a deli slicer red, manual, 4 door refrigerator, cutlery and crockery cabinets for English, 2 pools for washing. Underneath all the dining room was a cellar of 15 x 20 m filled with shelves of fine wines with some 5000 bottles and cooling equipment to ammonia. Following the South were 2/4 w / food or pantry, a brass bell w / announcing lunch and dinner. Here is a dining room for children served by their nurses, who used to bring guests, then another room for drivers of clients and caregivers. Leaving the central courtyard of the buildings I, II and III had a corridor to the south. We find a little room to polish shoes with a carved wooden chair, throne-like high, with support w / both feet and a servant who polished shoes guests. Farther south, a laundry building: Industrial washing machines c / boiler, and a laundress to cylinders w / sheets and towels, backyard clothesline and other orchard fruit, oranges, tangerines, lemons and pomegranates. This garden was closed to the south with the building of garages on the ground floor, 2 equal buildings with a courtyard in the middle in PB and 14 rooms in total in 1st floor, nannies and drivers, 1 single bed w / private bath, access gate to the street and next to a manual pump gas. Closing the courtyard of a building garages 5 x 8 m for maintenance, equipped with all the power tools of the time, with parts shelves throughout the hotel. Next to the laundry and workshop is the famous "Tower of Vienna" to 4 m in diameter and 25 m high with a capacity of 80,000 liters of water with wooden staircase to the top, which makes it an excellent vantage point of all the area. Further south of the workshop, was the power station (now completely sacked) which had two sets of 100 KW of 220 V/440 V / dc, another group of 40 KW and a 4th group of 25 KW for the operation Night. A general dashboard white marble needle with 12 instruments, 10 Overhead to blade, 3 frills voltage regulation, consumption meters, a tanker of 5,000 liters. w / diesel, exhaust silencers, etc.. Continuing south there were 3 houses with wood, braces, doors, windows, 2 paddle boats catamaran etc. A scale w / box trucks weighing its entrance from the street. There were about 7 yards p / poultry, including pheasants, then had a stable w / guest tour, a sulky, a light carriage: with all the tools and saddles. 2 Ha wooded park with tennis court and bocce. An arbor of 8 m in diameter, housed beneath a tank of 100,000 liters of water, which was fed continuously for 4 springs drilling at 80 m depth from the park. Next to the workshop had a mini ice plant and conserving fish bar of the Parana, the ice and salt was used to make ice cream. At the foot of the tower had a shed with a thermometer, barometer and hygrometer, to give the weather forecast twice a day, which was exhibited at the bar and dining room. The land south was crossed by a stream that flowed into the lake, crossing the same bridge was a wooden pylons and to the park's southern end in a triangle of 1 hectare landscaped. The street passing in front of the Hotel, called Belgrano and land from the sea had an Olympic swimming pool concrete, freshwater, two fenced w / high mud walls for sunbathing, solarium, we would say today (male and female separate) a clock in the middle of 40 cm in diameter to warn guests of the proximity of the lunch or dinner, punctuality was very strict. Down a canyon of 2 m was a concourse of 6 m wide by 50 long with two barbecue areas with tables and benches fixed w / rest of the guests, on both sides of the square had turnstiles indicating the semi-privacy of the area. From the square started a catwalk above the sea level (at that time) with stairs to lower the water at various points at the end of the runway about 50 feet long had a shed 8 x 15 m long with foundation a steering tie rod boards, roofed with corrugated asbestos cement red, this box housed inside a motorboat CRIS CRAFT 7 m in length to 8 passengers, inboard, to walk around the lagoon, as the waves could be very violent excursions finished the boat was hoisted with two manual gear, leaving the hull above the waves. The area covered was about 9300 meters in the square, 74 rooms with 120 beds, in an area of ​​5 hectares, investment values ​​can now be around 18 to 20 million dollars. Neither Mr. Pahlke, nor the architects and engineers never asked where I could raise the water of this lake, because everyone knew who was and is a basin without waste, now we know exactly painful after a flood that nearly destroyed the entire town , 1984, the overflow elevation of 73.80 m is the dimension of the Brook, and natural drainage is the overturning of the extreme north-east of the Salado River Basin which flows into the Paraná near Santa Fe The sidewalk north of the Main Building No. I is bound: 71.8 m. It is noteworthy that the capital invested in the GHV was entirely made by Mr Max Pahlke, who even sold a stay in Patagonia, evil can then speak of the "Nazi Gold, Hitler ò haven of rest post-war of the Nazis, as we say today on guided tours. The hotel then ran from 1943 until 1947 when it closed for a long period, of Mrs. Melita disagreements with the staff, the Hotel Association of Miramar, etc. Another fact that helped undermine tourism was the stack of the gap in 1950 was a mirage just 5 km from the coast. As caretaker of the GHV was Mr. Carlos Krüger with your partner Dona Ana, head of female and Carlos who told him the engineer, was the foreman in charge of nearly 1,000 workers who worked in construction. Mr. Kruger came from Brazil, a plantation near St. Paul, was born in Germany before 1930 emigrated to Brazil and somehow a friend of Don Maximo Pahlke, who in 1941 called Miramar. So, again we demystify it was Nazi or anything like it, in 1952 Krüger dies of a heart attack (not poisoned) and is buried in the Cemetery of Balnearia (because the Miramar did not yet exist), its Dona Ana couple disappears and it is not seen or mentioned again by anyone. On the recommendation of a man named Antonio who knew the Pahlke, suggests hiring a caregiver to Dr. Koloman Kolomi Geraldini native of the former and current Slovakia (annexed by the Czechs from 1946 to 1993) lawyer, writer, poet and translator of classics Slovenia, the Sr 44, spoke 7 languages ​​including German. One night in December 1952 he was invited by the couple to dinner and talk Pahlke in GHV, as a result of that meeting take it as unpaid caregivers. To clean the yards and parks was working a gardener named John Tamagnini, loyal employee who participated in the entire construction phase of the GHV. The salary for this gardener was promptly sent from Buenos Aires M.Pahlke Dr. Kolomi, until retiring in 1962. From the year 1952 to 1964, the family lived in the GHV Kolomi and dealt with Don Maximo, Mrs. Melita, Dr. Max Pahlke Jr. and occasionally his sister Ingrid, is eleven years of personal contact and we can say without fear of contradiction that people of Miramar, are the longer treatment with the family had Pahlke, and surely the true story of GHV, is transcribed here and where it is clear that the entire capital for its construction came from the assets of Mr. Max Pahlke (senior) and had nothing to do Nazi gold and the only reason they have chosen for such a venture is Miramar for the wonderful gifts of healing waters, mud and microclimate, put another way this hotel is a tangible monument and squandered the benefits of the lagoon of Mar Chiquita. Incidentally, Dr. Kolomi suffered from acute rheumatism, contracted in the Russian front in Ukraine, where he was demobilized for illness in 1943 and came to the humid climate of Buenos Aires where the disease worsened, he also recommended Mar Chiquita and settled there in 1950 until his death in 1994, with no traces of rheumatism that had afflicted. In 1960 Mrs. Melita, knowing that the youngest son of Dr. Kolomi go to study engineering at the Universidad del Litoral in Santa Fe, he brings a beautiful gift box 25 pieces of bars of Mark "Richter" from Germany. Don Max and Mrs. Melita GHV not return more since then, and the treatment continues with the son, Dr. Max Pahlke (junior) until 1963, jointly agree to reopen the GHV, to stop losses to . It repairs and overhauls the ground floor and 1st floor of Building I, is launched and the Plant itself at night when the street lights and candles shone like German Hotel with 160 V with the light of the village at 2, 5 km away in DC GHV lights shone at 230 V in full with all the lights on. At that time the Hotel Association and Miramar taxis ignored the reopening of the Vienna and did not recommend the GHV. Still the season was a success, and since its existence was first turned a profit, divided between Dr. Pahlke as the owner and Dr. Kolomi who took over management of the service and as a manager. The children of Dr. Kolomi, Peter and Stanislaus served as waiters and petty general. The following year 1964 he repeated the experience, but also enabled the 2nd floor of the building, a total of 28 rooms, with even greater economic success, the previous year. In season 1965, Dr. Pahlke (Jr.) creates the Waldorf and CIA SA Society and want to open and throughout the hotel, to which Dr. Kolomi not agree, if not a significant reinvestment in the parts necessary criterion shared by Dr. Pahlke, who brings from Cordoba to a Mr. Sosa of grim memory that would serve as manager, and Dr. Kolomi GHV is removed from his family to a house that was built 150 m east of the Hotel Vienna. The GHV is in power since the Waldorf and CIA SA, to this day legally, with a precarious given permission to the City for operating it for tours that ended up distorting the truth, introducing lies about Nazi gold lately about "ghosts" that no one saw or documented, perhaps everything to create an aura of mysticism that promotes interest in visiting the GHV. Mr. Sosa until the police takes him prisoner in the 70's GHV takes all the dishes, crockery, linen (500 sheets and towels) some beds with mattresses, then appears as "caretaker" a man who Bear called the Nile and finally complete emptying of the lagoon the flood due to heavy current extraordinary child 1978, ending the destruction being flooded basement and breaking waves of the masonry on the north side of the building I, revealing the iron armor of the columns, if parts are not made I will collapse the building to the north. There was also a project in the 1940s, to a private chapel in the park of GHV, but are not granted permission of the bishop of Cordoba, it should be public. In 1956 at the suggestion of the family Kolomi, Mrs. Melita donated the altar of white marble statues of angels and 2 bronze chandeliers to the Franciscan Chapel of San Antonio whose current owner is Mr. Francisco Sudar.



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