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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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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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... the Blue Danube Waltz, composed by Strauss.
We wandered north of the park and found ourselves in the main shopping area, where we grabbed a coffee and snack at Starbucks, for the low bargain price of $25 CDN... yikes!
We rounded a corner and found ourselves looking of at the St. Stephen's Cathedral (more commonly known by its German title Stephansdom). We took a quick ...
... at the cake stalls, lingered over the cheese, olive and sausage stalls and our eyes were on stalks at the lolly stalls!
We mingled with the tour group for breakfasts and a couple of dinners and drinkies. I introduced Terry to 'Aperol Spritz' She's hooked. It only takes one!
One of the highlights was a night with Jenny at a Viennese concert. The venue was in a beautiful building set in the state park where ...
... the way we happened upon a stand where we had our first hotdog in Vienna. The method of preparation is quite different. The woman who ran the stand first cut off one end of the rather large bun. This was then impaled on a pointed post to create a hole lengthwise in the bun. She then poured mustard and mayonnaise into the hole and inserted a cooked wiener. This made for a substantial meal that was very tasty, much better than the good old North American ...
... camp: clubs and WWI gas masks, a dying woman birthing a future soldier, and chained slave labourers sitting on a pedestal of granite cut from the infamous quarry at Mauthausen Concentration Camp.
The hunched-over figure on the ground behind is a Jew forced to wash anti-Nazi graffiti off a street with a toothbrush.
... we did a little shopping. In addition to the goulasch, we experimented together and figured out how to make spaetzle for dinner.
Tamar wasn't flying out until 4:30 on Friday, so we explored the Folk Arts museum just around the corner from my apartment before lunch at another local restaurant serving traditional fare.
We had a great time, the Kobetz Guest room had a successful trial run and we look forward to many return visits.