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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Zentral Wiener Neustadt
Lovely hotel in a cute little market place in Wiener Neustadt. The rooms were clean and average sized. Breakfast was good. Can't complain! Free Wifi!
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we saw for Seigfried in Budapest. They were putting it on the
outside screen “am die platz” so we could not help ourselves from
going around to watch. Arriving an hour before the opera started we
got front row seats and found it so absorbing we stayed right
through, even though there was a short shower in the middle. We
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