Yesterday I got dropped off here. I had no idea where I was. Turns out I was close to Niederhofstrasse on the u6, a place I can safely say that I have never been before.
It had the same sort of feel as Favoritenstrasse in the 10th district. I had to look around for a bit, just to find the entry to the ubahn. Tiny, unplanned afventure. 🙂
So, we did finally get some snow. I would have loved to enjoy it fully today, but I was caught between packing up the old flat and resting as I am pretty sick. So I very quickly took this very ordinary photo at Schwedenplatz on my last trip home. Now, rest, sleep, more antibiotics and then more packing to do tomorrow!
I left WU library late last night, and somehow with the lights and the fog it looked like a ufo. 🙂
All day was like this. But then, I was in the library all day, so it didn’t affect me much.
They keep the Christmas lights on Graben up in January as well because it is good for the businesses in the area. I think that’s totally ok.
I have seen the future! Blei gießen is a tradition in Austria, and basically what you do is to melt some led, throw it into cold water, and then interpret the shape using a chart on the back of the cardboard from the packet that you bought. 😛
My fortune sort of looks like a heart, which means luck and joy. It also looks like a rooster someone said, which is a bird, and that means unforeseen luck. Well…. There are no bad fortunes on this cardboard thing. I guess that means that nothing bad can happen. 😀
Happy new year to you all!