At the beginning of May me and my friend went for a walk along the Danube and ended up in Stein, which is a part of Krems, but we really felt like tourists. When you cross the street you enter a medieval town with its cobblestone streets, cute houses and alleys. Although my parents told me that Krems also looks like that, but now that I lived here for eight months I just cannot see it. After climbing up till the Frauenbergkirche we just stopped and enjoyed the view over the Danube and the Stift Göttweig, which is on the other side of the river. The weather was awesome, quite hot still around 8 PM, but we didn’t mind at all :)
We had a really nice time, took a lot of pictures and by the end of it we got really hungry and ended the day in 2Stein with burgers – obviously! Nothing better than a 2Stein burger ;)
Have a nice evening and till next time! :)
In mid-April my sister visited me for a few days and on Sunday morning, before arriving to Vienna, we had a different program in our minds. But when we arrived to Schönbrunn my sister told me that we should go to the zoo, cause it has been a long time since we visited it – 10 years! So we ditched our original plan, bought our tickets and suddenly we found ourselves looking at rhinos, peacocks and other different animals.
We had a really nice time at the zoo and after that we walked a little bit in the castle’s garden, but this time we skipped climbing up to the Gloriette, instead we went to have lunch! :)
Have a nice day and see you soon! ;)
Hallo! Last week, before the first classes from the second semester, a few of my classmates and me traveled to Berlin to visit the ITB, which is the world’s largest tourism fair. Being tourism students we decided to travel to the German capital to see interesting & exotic stands and listen to some panel discussions/ conferences. The fair was huge, overwhelming but also interesting! You could try out different foods, drinks, take pictures with people dressed up in their national customs, have massages and play some games and then win some small prices.
But we also did some sightseeing, and the pictures that I will show you are only from there, cause I didn’t bring my DSLR to the fair. The weather was not on our side- the wind was really cold, so we didn’t really enjoy the outsides, though we saw the Reichstag, the Brandenburger Tor, the Holocaust Memorial, Alexanderplatz, the Berliner Dom and the East Side Gallery. We ate a lot of kebabs, walked in Kreuzberg and did a little bit of shopping.
Have a lovely Sunday and see you soon! :)
One of my favorite book is Angels & Demons by Dan Brown, and because we were in Rome, where the novel takes place, I had to visit some of the places that are mentioned in the book. So here are some pictures that I hope you like! :)
Have a nice week! :)