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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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... miss it more than I could imagine. I am actually heading back to Prague from Budapest at the end of my trip for a few days... I just cant stay away from that truly magical place.
I spent only 24 hours in the town called Cesky Krumlov, and I know I will be back. There is actually an art residency there that I am going to try and apply for next summer. The town is just stunning. Every turn there is something new and beautiful and inspiring. That is the one thing ...
... of Kaerntner Strasse, you turn a corner and are confronted with the outsized St. Stephen's Cathedral, or in German, Stephansdom. Stephansdom is both predictably gothic and yet in many ways unique. The interior contains dozens upon dozens of statues, as well as the chapel where Mozart was married. The cathedral's chevroned green, yellow, black and gray tiles make its roof recognizable even through narrow alley viewings. The roof over the altar area also ...
... that part of the theatre. The change in their attitude when Herr Doktor arrived to sit next to me and engaged me in an animated conversation about this season's productions had me feeling like Julia Roberts in the shop scene of 'Pretty Woman'... their chatter stopped and they listened intently, trying to figure out who this insider might be and why I might be with him... I just smiled at them and felt smug that they had paid €200 ...
... of the people....definite divisions of the very rich and the very poor. I suppose all big European cities are the same but here it seemed more apparent. We finished in the city centre where we left the bus and were left to our own devices to look at this city. I had been feeling quite unwell all day (and continued to unfortunately) which dampened my entusuaism about this city. We looked ...
... city streets and stopped for a beer at a traditional Beisl (where locals go to drink, play and philiosophise) on a pretty little quiet square called Kleines café, and stumbled across a Peace museum right near Mozart house, where we had a trippy conversation with an American guy studying philosophy in Vienna. We climbed the steps of the south tower of Stephensdom, the impressive gothic church with an awesome tiled roof, and fabulous views of the city.
On the way ...