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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Zipser Vienna
Ruime kamer, met terras, met zicht op de zeer ruime binnentuin.
's Morgens eten we in de zeer moderne ontbijtruimte. Dankzij de spiegels en de planten heb je niet het gevoel dat je in de kelder ontbijt.
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Woke up feeling pretty decent, although hadn't been able to sleep much because the room was quite warm, and the other guys didn't want the window open. After breakfast Zach and Steve took us for a drive around Vienna, followed by a walking tour of some of the old buildings. We must have the best tour manager. Zach is so knowledgeable! He's always got interesting facts and stories about the places ...
... We ended up in this park in the royal palace. The concert started at 8:00 PM there was three violins, one flute, voilà, Chelo and a piano. There was and Opera singer and two ballet dances. They played Mozart's songs and Strauss's songs ( I don't know who he/she). The songs were very ...
... look for more interesting photos.
The next day dawned bright and sunny - how lucky can we be?! - with a forecast for 22 degrees. Can we really go out without our coats at last? Our first stop was the Leopold Museum in the Museum Quarter. - a wonderful collection of galleries in amazing buildings. People were already gathering in the sunny courtyard and it was clearly the place to be. Peter had done the research and knew what he wanted to see. ...
... had many beatiful portraits of her. It also had several beatiful dresses, and replicas of some of the Hapsburgs crown jewels she wore in the portraits (a gorgeous set of ruby jewelry, and some diamond stars she wore in her hair).
- Imperial Apartments (at Hofburg Palace): we toured the apartments of Franz Joseph I and Sisi (including her "excercise apparatus", and her drawing room where it would take 2 hours every day to ...
... 8217; resurrection). In an adjacent room there was a life size replica of the Shroud of Turin. It was incredible to have seen these items. It really made me think about the sacrifice that God made for us.
The next stop of the day was the Basilica of St. John Lateran. Since I had already been there before, it was nothing too new to me. Since we were running low on time they actually rushed us through it. However, it was really nice to go back and take a closer look at the row ...