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Un día como hoy hace exactamente un año, estaba aterrizando en mi nuevo hogar: Viena. Hoy voy a compartir con ustedes mi experiencia e impresiones a lo largo de estos 365 días que llevo viviendo en el “viejo continente”. Continue reading “MI PRIMER AÑO EN VIENA”
Yesterday we went for a walk at the Schönbrunn gardens and after snapping some pictures we made a break at Landtmann’s Jausen Station, which is a great option to recharge some energy while having a delicious melon lemonade or a special coffee… Continue reading “COFFEE AT SCHÖNBRUNN”
Summer nights in Vienna call for outdoor dinners, and if it’s in one of its typical Viennese courtyards full of trees and flowers – aka “Biergarten”, then better! We got to the Gasthof Zum Renner by recommendation of a friend and couldn’t have been happier with the tip.
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Some weeks ago my friend Brini and I met for coffee at the Pure Living Bakery. I had never been there but had seen some cool pictures on Instagram, so I knew I had to take my camera with me this time 😉 Continue reading “PURE LIVING BAKERY”
Some months ago we made a visit to Budapest to celebrate my birthday. It was a short but intense trip in which we made our best to discover and explore as much as we could. Although we may have missed some cool spots, I feel we visited some amazing locations, which are a must if you visit Budapest. Especially if you are staying just 1 or 2 days and would like to bring some nice postcards home 😉 Continue reading “BUDAPEST: 5 SPOTS TO VISIT”
Located within the Lainzer Tiergarten, Hermesvilla is a palace that the Emperor Franz Joseph gifted to his wife Sisi – what a gift right?- Years ago it was also known as the castle of dreams, and I must admit the nickname really does it justice! Continue reading “HERMESVILLA: THE CASTLE OF DREAMS”
One of the things I like most about Vienna is its Coffee Culture. When I arrived here, I immediately perceived that the Viennese Coffee Houses are more than just a quick stop to recharge energy, they are actually a vital part of the city’s experience. As for me, I could spend hours just watching people come and go, and enjoying the cosy atmosphere. Cafe Frei Wien is one of my last discoveries. Continue reading “CAFE FREI WIEN”