Winter in Vienna can be welcomed in two varying degrees. There are those who welcome it with outstretched arms because Vienna in winter is very picturesque – think along the lines of a fairytale winter wonderland with snow on the ground, crisp night air, friends enjoying each other’s company half-hidden in the steam rising from mugs of hot mulled wine. That is Vienna during winter, which falls between December… Read More »No Winter is Too Chilly with a High Efficiency Furnace
I’m a self-confessed photoholic. I bring my camera whenever I can – even in public toilets. lol. I know, sounds exaggerated but I truly do. Back in the era of photographic films I was already like that. I’d carry my camera and take photos of what I fancy and get them printed. I even learned film developing and photo printing in the dark room… Then, hubby also has his… Read More »Poster Prints
Here, let me show you our city walks and how high residential buildings could get. 😀 Even now, the so-called modern era, the buildings are built or renovated with a facade that still fits a charming old city feature. Don’t you agree?
Where we live is a comfortable zone for the birds…We live on the last floor with balcony and it’s open for the birds to freely do their thing – to propagate. We’ve cleaned it this spring and found some eggs — (sorry birds, don’t be angry but we can’t tolerate that). This photo was one I took of hubby posing as though he’s shooting the birds when in fact… Read More »Just Playing
In Vienna, rain or shine…we roll. I went with my daughter’s class sometime last month to the Vienna Museum in Karsplatz – it was raining though. The museum particularly showcases Medieval Vienna. The purpose of this trip is for the kids to have a visual knowledge of Vienna’s “colorful” history. I came along to learn as the kids do…I don’t have to reiterate that I am a history buff,… Read More »Gone Medieval at the Wien Museum
At times, walking in the city is like walking at another era. History-filled Vienna has preserved most of its building, architecture and cultural heritage that it seems as though a turn to the left of the street would bring you to a different setting of the past.