The Village is the usual agglomeration of souvenir shops with few wares of any value. Disappointingly, it has little to do with Hundertwasser. While seeing the Hundertwasser house was thrilling, the Village is a commercial trap. In one instance, the shopkeeper couldn't be bothered to discuss shipping to the U.S. of a 200 euro lamp, not even proper packaging so that it would be safe.... The young man clearly had no interest in selling it to me. I told him, that he apparently didn't care whether he made a sale or not. Of course, he was not the owner, so indeed he had no interest in pleasing customers. A Russian woman in another store, on the other hand, went out of her way to show us her merchandise, some of which was really nice and not overpriced.
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