Great book for getting to know Vienna: 111 places in Vienna that you shouldn´t miss. The author´s name is Peter Eickhoff. Unlike the normal tourist books or travel guides, the writer carefully selected the most interesting spots in the city. Each of the locations has a great story, and a detailed explanation of its uniqueness.
Reading a Book about Vienna. Museums Quartier. Enjoying the #indiansummer
“We call it ‘dolce far niente.’ It means ‘the sweetness of doing nothing.’”
Quote: Eat, Pray, Love.
Every day I try to channel my inner Julia Roberts, by enjoying the little pleasures with no specific purpose or meaning. Cafes, long walks, reading or eating gelato. Sounds easy and just like a perfect relaxing life. But, honestly, I suck at it.
Sometimes when moving abroad, frustration kicks in. This is my personal way of draining. 1) Toilette paper or sand paper!? I truly don’t get it, are they trying to save the rain forest by selling the worst toilette paper imaginable? Are the … Continue reading →
One of the perks of moving around, is that you get to experience events, and activities that you don’t have back home. I find it is a great way to get out of the house, and sort of blend in with the crowd. It makes me feel like I am part of the city, that I am not just a tourist (even though I still am), and that I belong.