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This is a small, interesting museum which shows how traditions surrounding funerals have changed over the years, and also explains the procedures of a cremation. Set in the lovely (and absolutely massive) grounds of the central cemetery, this museum is well worth a visit.
My partner and I travelled to Vienna to visit all of the locations featured in the Richard Linklater film "Before Sunrise". We managed to cover the lot in three days, and this was by far the hardest to find. It was also the most spectacular, and certainly worth the eight blisters that formed on my feet on the way there....
In short - huge disappointment:
Bad seating arrangements.
The choir is located in the top-most gallery, where it cannot be seen.
The concert actually is a Sunday mass, with the boys choir singing small parts, here and there.
The essense is a long mass ritual, not a choir concert.
Even when they finally got down to the altar, they gave...
Stogy risotto which was tasteless and flavourless, hadn’t a big lot on the menu for English tastebuds apart from brains and offal but if you were wanting to try something different definitely the place to go but I wouldn’t recommend it and don’t sell rose wine so couldn’t even have a drink with my dinner.
If you visit Vienna and look for a real "Wiener Gasthaus", you have to go the heart of Simmering and visit the Pistauer. It is a small place, but you get great food and you also experience the typical Viennese "Gasthausfeeling". Far away from the touristic main stream places of the first district, this place is a must for you...
"Paid 22 euro taxi fare (44 RT) based on hours listed as closing at 12:00 AM. Upon arrival at 22:30, they were closed!"
reviewed 4 September 2018 by deborahh815
We were recommended to this restaurant by our Airbnb host and we're excited to try it after a concert. Sadly and expensively, they were closing. Accuracy in hours would have saved us time and lots of money. I am quite upset and disappointed.
Visited twice here over a long weekend visit. The restaurant is nicely decorated, a little dated but nice in that way. Waitress was very attentive, her English wasn’t great but we tried to speak her language and she understood us.. Drinks were lovely, the Weissbier was the best! Food was great, good sized portions and tasted lovely. Would certainly recommend...
The Hotel is very comfortable,clean rooms, nice interior,metrostation near to the Hotel, parking available,the staff is very helpful, good quality for the price, perfect for economical family stay, highly recommend.
Great boutique hotel, extremely convenient for the tube to the city centre. Great location. Breakfast and rooms very good. Excellent. Staff very nice.Ideal for the city. Places to eat close by and really good supermarket Bills close by. Turkish district with takeaway opposite very handy. Would go back.
Modern rooms that were basic but I didn't want any more, except for a bathroom door. I mean what the heck, where is the bathroom door? Makes it uncomfortable and weird when you're on a group tour with people you've only known a week, to share a room and shower without a bathroom door. Doesn't seem so bad until your...
Stayed for 1 night. We took 6 rooms of single occupancy.
Lobby is inviting.
Rooms are very clean and quite.
Beds are comfortable.
Breakfast is basic but tasty and fresh.
The hotel is very very basic. but does the job wonderfully.
very convenient. close to public transportation.
When we arrived, the reception was open, receptionist gave us a key from our room and information that breakfast is till 9 am (btw everywhere at the hotel is written till 10 am). She really was not friendly, so we did not ask her about parking, we tried to find some information on the internet (which is free in the...