The short breaks can also look completely different, as the recently opened hotel “Twins” in Kiev proves.

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Austria is one of the

Top wellness

-Destinations in Europe. Relaxation holidays are also very important to the Austrians themselves. The short breaks can also look completely different, as the one recently opened in Kiev

Hotel “Twins”

proves.

Themed hotels are trendy. Because guests often want more than just a relaxing change of location. You want to break out temporarily and slip into other roles.

© Cherry Twins / Hotelfoto The “Gothic Room” shows the bizarre world of images of Hieronymus Bosch, who painted the moral decline of humanity.

“Cherry Twins is the perfect place to turn erotic fantasies into reality”, says project manager Elena Solovieva to “

Daily Mail

“. In collaboration with sexologists, she designed the themed rooms for the Love Hotel.

Where hotel guests live out their secret fantasies

The spectrum ranges from the harmless and plush queen boudoir to a harem salon, classroom and gothic room to the sado-maso torture chamber and a doctor’s treatment room.

© Cherry Twins / Hotelfoto The Queen’s Boudoir room is one of the more harmless rooms in the love hotel

The house with only seven rooms can be rented like an hour hotel. Because most of the guests don’t stay there for a whole night. Rather, the rooms offer an ambience that stimulates action of a special kind.

© Cherry Twins / Hotelfoto Off to the rack: the torture chamber is only for the die-hard.

Imaginative rendezvous for a while

Anyone who has agreed to a rendezvous here doesn’t have to rent the room for a whole night. The price concept is clear: the minimum duration is three hours, and every additional hour must be paid for. There is a flat rate for the period from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m.

© Cherry Twins / Hotelfoto The doctor’s room in the hotel is only interesting for guests who like doctor games.

The price range starts for three hours at 46 euros in the Queen’s Boudoir and goes up to the equivalent of 185 euros for the Gothic room with the large pictures of Hieronymus Bosch on the walls. These are extremely high room prices by Ukrainian standards.

© Cherry Twins / Hotelfoto Bright red is the dominant color of the dominatrix room. Latex sheets cost extra.123essay

No place for prostitution

The operators attach great importance to safety and cleanliness and emphasize on the website that the premises are not rented to persons under the age of 21 and under the influence of drugs. They also ensure that every room is sterilized after renting. In addition, it is forbidden to “receive paid sexual services.”

© Cherry Twins / Hotel

Does the desire for sex increase in the hotel?

Even if such a relevant hotel does not yet exist in Austria, couples should consider a short trip. Because a hotel stay alone should spice up your love life. Eva Mayer, Market Manager DACH at HotelTonight confirms this to the “

world

“. She says:” Regardless of whether the couples are together for years, months or just days: Hotel rooms offer an exciting environment that contributes to relaxation – whether on a romantic weekend for the anniversary or on a spontaneous short trip with the new flame. “

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According to Chancellor Werner Faymann (SPÖ), it is “too early” to make a decision on changing the EU sanctions against Russia. Faymann said on Thursday evening after discussions at the EU summit in Brussels, the new one

Minsk Peace Plan

is “a glimmer of hope, but by no means a guarantee”. The EU also retains new sanctions if the ceasefire fails.

Faymann expects a discussion in the EU as to whether the sanctions will be lifted again when the peace plan is implemented and political and economic relations with Russia will return to normal if Ukraine’s sovereign rights are guaranteed. “It is really too early for that,” said Faymann.

At the EU summit, he had taken the position “that in principle we always regard sanctions as an emergency solution and therefore fully support the process of peace negotiations”. He also made it clear that

Austria against arms deliveries to Ukraine

said the Chancellor. “I am certainly not the only one opposed to arms deliveries,” said the Chancellor, but there are also countries that see this as an option.

“If I were convinced that the doubling of sanctions, that the sovereignty of a country or peace in a region is guaranteed, then you would find me among the strong supporters,” said Faymann. However, he noted that the previous sanctions had not led to this. Peace negotiations are not a guarantee either, “but the better way. The worst are arms deliveries, because they exacerbate the problem.” This would make “aggression unpredictable and spark the vicious cycle”.

EU reserves the right to further Russian sanctions

The European Union reserves more in the event of the failure of the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine

Sanctions against Russia

in front. “We keep all possible reactions open,” said German Chancellor Angela Merkel after the EU summit in Brussels on Thursday evening. The sanctions that have already been decided will also come into force on Monday.

These measures concern entry bans and asset freezes. The sanctions were imposed because of the attacks by the eastern Ukrainian separatists on the city of Mariupol, said Merkel. In addition, the summit asked the EU Commission to prepare further economic sanctions against Russia, should these become necessary, stressed Merkel. “If there are difficulties, we do not rule out further sanctions.”

The summit participants formulated general support for Merkel’s peace initiative and French President Francois Hollande. But it is clear: “The words must now be followed by deeds,” said Merkel. The Minsk agreement is “a ray of hope2.

Tusk: Limits trust in Putin’s goodwill

EU Council President Donald Tusk has shown himself cautious about the ceasefire agreement in the Ukraine-Russia conflict. After the EU summit in Brussels on Thursday evening, the former Polish prime minister said: “We have only limited confidence in Putin’s goodwill.”

New sanctions were not discussed at the EU summit, nor was there any postponement of measures that had already been decided. “We are sure that our pressure will encourage Russia to implement the second Minsk Agreement. We are hopeful, but also cautious, because we have already had bad experiences.” If the ceasefire is not implemented, new sanctions will be considered, said Tusk, without giving details.

Armistice in danger?

The planned

Armistice in the war zone of eastern Ukraine

is on shaky feet from the perspective of the German Federal Government’s Commissioner for Russia, Gernot Erler. There is a risk that government troops and pro-Russian separatists want to inflict losses on the enemy until the ceasefire begins on Saturday evening, said the SPD politician on Friday on Bavarian radio.

The bitterness over this could become so great that the willingness to enter into a ceasefire would then be too low. Overall, however, the result of the negotiations in Minsk is to be commended, said Erler. “It took us a bit out of the logic of war that has been in the foreground in recent weeks.” After speculation about US arms deliveries to the pro-Western government in Kiev, politics are now the priority again.

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Who cares about the chatter of an Austrian Chancellor outside (and within) our borders? Hanging nice and good on the lips of A. Merkel and then quickly talking to Putin on the phone and saying that it wasn’t meant that way anyway. Our government is just a collection of HONEST, STRONG CHARACTER personalities with a backbone ……

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Austria is one of the

Top wellness

-Destinations in Europe. Relaxation holidays are also very important to the Austrians themselves. The short breaks can also look completely different, as the one recently opened in Kiev

Hotel “Twins”

proves.

Themed hotels are trendy. Because guests often want more than just a relaxing change of location. You want to break out temporarily and slip into other roles.

© Cherry Twins / Hotelfoto The “Gothic Room” shows the bizarre world of images of Hieronymus Bosch, who painted the moral decline of humanity.

“Cherry Twins is the perfect place to turn erotic fantasies into reality”, says project manager Elena Solovieva to “

Daily Mail

“. In collaboration with sexologists, she designed the themed rooms for the Love Hotel.

Where hotel guests live out their secret fantasies

The spectrum ranges from the harmless and plush queen boudoir to a harem salon, classroom and gothic room to the sado-maso torture chamber and a doctor’s treatment room.

© Cherry Twins / Hotelfoto The Queen’s Boudoir room is one of the more harmless rooms in the love hotel

The house with only seven rooms can be rented like an hour hotel. Because most of the guests don’t stay there for a whole night. Rather, the rooms offer an ambience that stimulates action of a special kind.

© Cherry Twins / Hotelfoto Off to the rack: the torture chamber is only for the die-hard.

Imaginative rendezvous for a while

Anyone who has agreed to a rendezvous here doesn’t have to rent the room for a whole night. The price concept is clear: the minimum duration is three hours, and every additional hour must be paid for. There is a flat rate for the period from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m.

© Cherry Twins / Hotelfoto The doctor’s room in the hotel is only interesting for guests who like doctor games.

The price range starts for three hours at 46 euros in the Queen’s Boudoir and goes up to the equivalent of 185 euros for the Gothic room with the large pictures of Hieronymus Bosch on the walls. These are extremely high room prices by Ukrainian standards.

© Cherry Twins / Hotelfoto Bright red is the dominant color of the dominatrix room. Latex sheets cost extra.

No place for prostitution

The operators attach great importance to safety and cleanliness and emphasize on the website that the premises are not rented to persons under the age of 21 and under the influence of drugs. They also ensure that every room is sterilized after renting. In addition, it is forbidden to “receive paid sexual services.”

© Cherry Twins / Hotel

Does the desire for sex increase in the hotel?

Even if such a relevant hotel does not yet exist in Austria, couples should consider a short trip. Because a hotel stay alone should spice up your love life. Eva Mayer, Market Manager DACH at HotelTonight confirms this to the “

world

“. She says:” Regardless of whether the couples are together for years, months or just days: Hotel rooms offer an exciting environment that contributes to relaxation – whether on a romantic weekend for the anniversary or on a spontaneous short trip with the new flame. “

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Despite recent international appeals for peace, fierce fighting broke out again in eastern Ukraine and several fighters were killed. The pro-Russian insurgents accused the army of having massively shelled the separatist stronghold of Donetsk.

Separatist leader Eduard Bassurin said on Sunday that the fire was fired from tanks, artillery and other heavy weapons that had to be withdrawn according to the peace agreement. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused the Ukrainian government of a “gross violation” of the February agreement. The conflicting parties spoke of at least two dead and six injured. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande only recently called for further peace steps.

Commemoration of tragedy in Odessa

Hundreds of people commemorated the victims one year after serious riots with at least 48 dead and 250 injured in the southern Ukrainian port city of Odessa. Mourners laid flowers and wreaths at the union building, which caught fire on May 2, 2014 and became a death trap.