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Hotel Daniel Vienna

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I was around the 3rd district in Vienna and I was freaking out because of the cold. Actually, it was a bit of my fault because I had a spring outfit on me. As I was walking desperately, Daniel Hotel appeared in front of me like a green oasis of warmth in the midst of a cold city. I didn’t give it a second thought and stepped in. I have to document this and write down that there was a fireplace on and it was 1st of April. I found a table and ordered a yummy cheeseburger with lemonade and as dessert a delicious cake from the display window to sweeten up and brighten my day.

As you can tell from the pictures, the decoration inside Daniel Hotel Vienna is modern with plenty of clever details and the waiter was very kind and friendly that he let me take some pictures for The Viennese Girl blog. If the weather were better, I would have done a walk to Belvedere gardens that are right next to the Daniel Hotel Vienna. Besides, you don’t have to be a hotel guest to enjoy a meal at the Daniel Bakery on the ground floor. Breakfast is served during the week from 06.30 am to 10.00 am and on weekends from 06.30 am to 12.00 am. More info on their website.

Sacher Torte

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What would Sacher Torte be like without Vienna and what would Vienna be like without Sacher Torte?
Some things are so connected to each other, that you cannot even imagine them apart.
You can find Sacher Torte in other countries but they are done exquisitely in the country they originated from.

Today we said “Let’s pretend that we are tourists” and jumped into the cafe of the Hotel Sacher. When the sky turns grey, a good friend and that famous piece of chocolate cake with whipped cream next to it is all I need to feel happy.