I cannot deny my happiness when AIESEC, an international organization which promotes mobility around the world and leadership by offering internships to students, contacted me and asked me to be interviewed by them.
I have been longing for a stroll at Lainzer Tiergarten and visit at Hermesvilla for many months now. On one hand, I wonder how come I haven’t visited Hermesvilla not even once in the past 4 years I’ve been living in Vienna, but on the other hand I am glad there are still new things to see and do in the Austrian capital.
As I was walking desperately, Daniel Hotel appeared in front of me like a green oasis of warmth in the midst of a cold city. I didn’t give it a second thought and stepped in. As you can tell from the pictures, the decoration inside Daniel Hotel Vienna is modern with plenty of clever details and the waiter was very kind and friendly that he let me take some pictures for The Viennese Girl blog.
So, this is my friend Elena in front of my camera. Elena doesn’t model in her life; she posed only for me. It’s safe to say that my friends are beautiful
You know…that kind of small cute cafes in Vienna that I like to visit every now and then. This is Naschsalon, situated in the 9th district and it was suggested by my friend Patricia Vincent.
We are working constantly to improve what we love, The Viennese Girl blog. A photography blog, a visual diary of Silia, who likes to discover beautiful things on a daily basis in Vienna, even when it’s cold and rainy outside. I hope you like the changes we’ve made, too.
While everybody else was in a hurry to get back home or work, tell me, how could I ignore those blossoming cherry trees with Votiv church in the background?
It was such a sunny, bright day. One of those days that you don’t want to end. One of those days you don’t want to go back home.
I usually don’t document dog love stories on The Viennese Girl blog but this one, the love story of Zoe and Otto spoke directly to my heart and I thought you might enjoy this story too.
Not by chance this picture is selected by me as the picture of the week. It totally fits my spring mood, although the weather doesn’t seem to want to get better.
Ideal meeting point in Vienna for a hot chocolate and slice of cake before the uni lesson starts or in between lessons for a pause.
Those pictures were taken in Graben, one of the most famous streets in Vienna’s first district, and its surroundings. I really had a nice time.♥