So, nowadays when the sun is really low and we have to go home after sunset, I’ve managed to take my camera out to capture some of the colour that we see every day. I got off the bus at Cobenzl to capture these shots. the view of Vienna from up there is just amazing.
This is the little castle (mini-castle) up at Cobenzl, with a fiery sky behind it. Click on the pictures to see them bigger!
This weekend was the street parade around the Ring. It turns the ring into one huge dance-floor, blasting music out through speakers on each car. It was very loud!!
The next stop on the journey is Bamberg. It’s close-ish to Nürnberg, and is a very charming old city. Currently there is a festival on, a Kirtag of sorts.
There are several hills in the city, as well as a river that runs straight through it.
The old city hall is on an island in the middle of the river. Seems the place has a ridiculously rich history, but I’m here for only a few days so I doubt I’ll cover all of it.
This is the home of the famous smoked beer. I can’t quite describe the taste… it literally tastes like smoked beer!
And there are many cool door knockers in Bamberg. It’s my new obsession….
This sausage stand is according to many ratings the best one in Vienna. I’ve tried it once and have to say I really enjoyed it, but then it was about 2am and I was quite hungry after a night out. And then most things taste good. Still! Worth checking out 🙂
I think this mural is trying to tell us something about the world. It’s one of the more interesting pieces down by the canal, imho.
The Twin city liner goes several days to Bratislava, which is the capitol of Slovakia. It takes less than an hour, and will set you back about 30€ if you take it one way. I’ve never done it, as I favour Blaguss (bus) when I go to Bratislava, as it’s only a 12€ return fare, but I think it could be quite nice on a sunny day to take the boat.
I was trying to take a photo of the strange yoga group at the side of the Karlskirche. I kind of didn’t succeed…