Not sure that lotto is this old? But oh well! This one can be found behind Stephansdom in the first district.
I saw this on the pillar of a bridge on the canal. Does anyone know the artist? You’ve got to love such an initiative. It’s definitely different!
I finally walked past this during daytime. And it is definitely a cool market, if you’re looking for… Well, anything it seems.
Mediterranean foods seem to be in abundance here. Mixed in with clothes stalls, cheese, shoes, knitwear, handbags, funny blinky toys…… And so on. Worth a look see if in this part of town.
You’ve got to love those days when you just take a time-out and go to have breakfast among the super chilled Viennese in a traditional Vienna cafe. Love it! So live it.
I must admit I love coincidences like this. At least their name is on everyone’s lips these days. Walking down Josefstädter Strasse, this caught my eye. 🙂
If you walk through Prater in the morning, you get a whole other perspective on it. I caught this scene one morning walking to Uni. The ponies were going to the carousel, where they go around all day.
You also notice new things in the daylight when the park is empty. I don’t think I have ever noticed this dragon before…
I think Prater is one of my favourite places to hang out in Vienna. It may be a bit tacky and the music pumping out from all the rides is about as great as the smurf CDs you had when you were a kid….. But you loved that CD. Just admit it. 😉
What never seizes to amaze me is the availability of food and drink in this city. I must admit that it is something that I rather like about the place, and would miss if I end up going to a country that’s more strict on these things. This watering hole is on Margaretengürtel by the tram stop.
Today was an excellent day for looking at the rainbow in the city. A little drizzle coupled with insisting sunlight made for a long lasting effect, and I had the rainbow at my side the whole walk from Schwedenplatz down to Friedensbrücke.
Not at all a bad day. 🙂