1st of May, bank holiday in Vienna. I wake up at 6.30. I make myself up quickly. I get in the metro. I am in the center of Vienna around 8.00am. My first goal of the day is to take pictures of the center of Vienna without people. I have only one hour to complete my work because when the cafes open at 9.00, the center will be full of people. I know exactly where I want to go, of which places I want to take pictures, so I don’t lose not even a minute. My time is valuable. At 9.00 I am done. Hooray! Now I deserve a Viennese breakfast for rising early this morning. I decide to pamper myself and enter Demel. I found a table next to a window and while I savor my Viennese breakfast I lose myself into deep thoughts. Sometimes I think too much. After one hour of thinking and eating, I am done with my breakfast. Ready to go now. My next goal is to buy Wienerin. I am sure I can find it somewhere in Kärntner Straße. I find the Viennese magazine and I also find myself on page 271. I hope you also have a nice start of May. ♥
Archive of ‘Inspiration’ category
Right after my return to Vienna from Paris, I took part in making cake pops with Julie Pop Bakery. For a long time I have been longing to experience something different than the usual things in Vienna, so I was very happy to have that opportunity.
Julie, with her mother, welcomed us, explained us step by step how to make cake pops and helped in every step in creating them. Besides, everything was provided to us: bread dough, lollipop sticks, candy colors, cake pop stands and so on.
I wasn’t that creative I am afraid that day, but the other girls of the group made pigs, princesses, frogs and so many other cute and funny cake pops that you can see in the photos above. We were free to use our imagination without boundaries to make the yummiest and coolest cake pops.
I think cake pops are a nice birthday present, but also ideal for parties, or for any occasion if you want to treat somebody with something special and surprise them at the special time. I think cake pops are always very well received and very much enjoyed by everybody. For that reason, I read that you can also order them via email from Julie Pop Bakery.
If you also want to participate in the course and learn how to make cake pops with Julie Pop Bakery, check out their website. Because, as Julie says, they are not only great to eat, but also fun to make.♥
Photos: Tony Gigov
My interview with AIESEC took place last week at Vienna University of Economics and Business in the second district. 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 am so glad to be part of AIESEC, the world’s largest student-run non-profit organization because I have always perceived The Viennese Girl as a girl that has an international spirit and The Viennese Girl blog not only as an online platform for showing fashion outfits but also as a blog that supports values like encouraging people to follow their dreams. If you want to see the whole interview, please click here and don’t forget to check their internship programs and AIESEC page on Facebook. Who knows? You might be the next entrepreneurial leader.
Thank you Mohamed Kassem for that interesting meeting and many thanks to Tony Gigov for the wonderful photos.
Those who follow The Viennese Girl blog might have noticed the changes we’ve made lately on the blog. Those are small but significant changes for me, as a founder and editor of this Vienna blog. Those are changes I‘ve been wanting to have for such a long time. The problem is that I have had no idea about anything that concerns coding but my friend Ioanna has! We found some free time and sat down and discussed what would work better for The Viennese Girl blog, how can we make it look better, and how can it be more user friendly. Thanks to Ioanna, those significant changes on the appearance of the blog were implemented and I am now more glad than before to have a blog that looks exactly the way I want. At the end of every meeting with Ioanna, I was joking to her: one day I will hire you as my secretary…But seriously, I am glad to have my friend Ioanna on board, who contributes to the blog with her valuable technical knowledge. She is a savvy IT girl.
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.
This photo was taken at Burgring 1 cafe.♥
Photo courtesy of: Shutter dogs
I love dogs. And this is why I wanted to share this dog love story with you. 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.
You can tell from the photos, that Otto was looking for his significant other. He went out on a sunny day, he suddenly met Zoe, and they started getting to know each other. After rolling around in the grass and having some fun, they finally got hungry and didn’t lose the chance to savor their food.♥
If you would like to have a wonderful photo shooting with your pet, I recommend you to check the services of Shutter dogs.
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