The old city hall from the other angle. I think this house is super cool 😀
I’m m also falling in love with the smoked beer (Rauchbier). Tomorrow it all ends, and we go home. Boo.
On Donauinsel there are many areas where barbecuing is allowed (link with map). We got ourselves a disposable BBQ and made our way there this weekend. We normally go to the area that’s just by the wakeboard lift, just because of habit I suppose, but it’s also nice and chilled out. And has a public toilet.
Our trusty bbq:
a bit more impressive than the Viennese padlock bridge. But I still like the one in Vienna! 😛 I had the pleasure of having my love with me the first few days here, and we checked the place out a bit. The centre of the city is really quite nice. I like the size of it, which suits me very well, and I also like the architecture and the feel of the city. Yay! I’ve still got five days here!! 🙂
Lately you might have noticed that I’m sharing other blogposts every now and then, and now this picture – I figured that if I really like it and it’s about Vienna then why not? Vienna is much too large for one person to cover all alone. I’m not likely to make it out to Hütteldorf in the near future, and still this thing is there for all the people who walk there to see. So, it fits. And thanks to Jan Clemens now you all get to see this little part of Vienna.
I love this little place. It’s tucked away neatly under the hill between Kahlenberg and Leopoldsberg, and it’s just as cozy as you could get it.
There is a great view over the Danube. and the 21st and 22nd district of Vienna.
They also have people coming round with snacks that are just unbelievable. I would have eaten all of this (possibly in one go) if I weren’t on my one year without chocolate quest.
After spending most of the evening up there, we went down to Kahlenbergerdorf to catch the bus back. As we had to wait a good while, we decided to check out the river, and the sunset. Seeing as my phone was dead I ordered my friend Eleni to take this photo.
The best day.