Hotel Sacher Wien Vip-Bernstein, Leonard
Leonard Bernstein would only stay in the presidential suite 312-14-15 (there is no room 13, of course, for superstitious reasons) where he insisted on a Bösendorfer piano. It was some time until the hotel found out why Bernstein loved that particular room. Returning to his suite one day, he noticed that the Eduard Veit picture that hung on the wall, Black and Blonde, had been removed and now adorned a different room. He made a polite yet firm complaint. The painting was naturally returned to its original location.