Friday, Ipa. This one I treated myself to at Billabong Austrian pub at Stubentor. Tomorrow I’ll make up for not having posted interesting photos all week, promise!
I had no idea that there is a whole world out there of people who create stickers, have them printed t, and then go out sticking their stickers about the place. It fascinates me. I still know extremely little about this world, but one of my friends made on couch surfing this summer briefly introduced me to this somewhat obscure (to me) group of people. Now I notice stickers tto a greater extent, I guess, even if I’m not much wiser.
I’ve taken it upon myself to check out all the supermarkets that are open on Sundays in Vienna (see http://tinasrabbithole.wordpress.com/2012/11/25/the-supermarkets-that-are-open-on-sunday/) . Since Hauptbahnhof opened last weekend we have a small Spar that’s open on Sundays now. Today we ventured out to have a look. It’s a far cry from the Billa at Franz Josef Bahnhof or Prater, which are the biggest shops open on Sundays, but we were quite satisfied with the selection. It’s definitely good enough to keep you alive if your fridge and pantry are empty. The vegetable selection is decent, you can get meats (though no Sunday roast, sorry), drinks, snacks, baking etc… etc. It looks as though all the bakeries at Hauptbahnhof are open too on Sunday, so no need to get your bread at Spar.
Viennale! The tickets went on sale today :-)
Originally posted on viennarightnow:
The six time Academy Award winner is honored by the Austrian Filmmuseum and the Viennale festival with a special feature. The retrospective covers 50 films from the 1920s to the 1970s. Among them masterpieces like Rio Grande, Grapes of Wrath, Stagecoach, Fort Apache, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, and The Quiet Man
Retrospective John Ford
16 to 30 November 2014