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Wild at heart

wild at heart
wild at heart
 

Wild at heart

The owners of this flower shop didn’t complain about the fact that we were taking so many photos of their beautiful flower stand.

 In comparison to the strange reaction of some Vienna flower shop owners who are nagging at us anytime we want to take even just one little picture (oh, yes, let´s be honest, they do).

wild at heart

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London dreamy flower shop
London dreamy flower shop
 

And that’s also one of the reasons I decided to feature Wild at heart on The Viennese Girl (TVG) blog. This dreamy flower shop must be one of the most beautiful flower shops in London.

London dreamy flower shop

If you are thinking of visiting London and you love flowers, don’t forget to check out Wild at Heart. You will find this dreamy flower shop at the main entrance of the shopping store Liberty London and close to Oxford street. It will make your heart skip a beat.

Unfortunately we didn‘t have the time to enter the shopping mall but I plan to do it next time. The next meeting was set up for lunch at the Aqua Shard with the team of Samsung Austria.

Oh by the way! If anyone out there would love to send me flowers, should consider to purchase them from Wild at heart… just sayin’.

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London calling

London calling
London calling
 

 London calling

At the end of March, I was one of the lucky persons to travel to London with the team of Samsung Austria for the launch of their new Galaxy S8. I didn’t take many pictures this time because the trip was short. But I truly enjoyed sunny London in the very good company of Samsung’s Austria team.

Invited to the Launch of The New Samsung Galaxy S8

The presentation and the party for the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 was held right on the first day of our arrival in London. Before the launch event, we had some free time to stroll around the city and visit a few of my favourite Londonspots.

Samsung Launches the Galaxy S8 in London

London calling: I’ve been to London many times before but for some reason, this time it felt like I loved it a little bit more. We have been very lucky with the weather. Can’t tell you enough how nice it was to amble and take photos without freezing in a city in full bloom. London in April can be truly beautiful.

Get Ready to #DoWhatYouCant with the New Samsung Galaxy S8

I’ve been a Samsung Galaxy user since 2014. Mostly because of my demanding work, I feel like I have to update my phone every year with the new model that’s out in the market.

Between the S8 and S8+, I think I am going to opt for the Galaxy S8+ (with a cute pink case) because I use my smart phone as if it was my computer. I also need to have a big screen, as well as for it to be handy and practical.

Can’t wait to test the new camera and all the new features. For all of you who are asking which gadget I use for taking photos for my Instagram, you now know the answer.

The new Galaxy S8 will come out in Austria on the 29th of April. Exciting, no?

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Weekend in London

Weekend in London

Weekend in London

I receive many emails per day but some of them are just a little bit more special than the others. FoodieHub invited me for a weekend in London as a representative of Vienna! Can you imagine my facial expression every time I see those special emails? First reaction: oh, wow, no, I don’t believe it. This cannot be true!

A Weekend in London: My Top Picks for What to See and Do!

But then it happened! Last weekend I joined about 50 other international bloggers in London and altogether we visited the best restaurants. What a weekend! I spent three nights at the super stylish Hoxton Hotel, visited amazing restaurants such as The Quality Chop House and St.John BREAD and WINE, met so many other interesting bloggers from all over the world.

A whirlwind tour of the city’s best sights and attractions

Everything was just perfectly organized thanks to the whole team of Foodiehub who did their best for us to assure that we had a wonderful time in London. Although we had a program to follow, I skipped some things and took my time to stroll around the city and breathe some London air on my own.

I visited my favourite places such as Covent Garden, Old Spitalfields market, Millennium Bridge and of course my favourite Columbia road flower market! Thank you FoodieHub for this amazing opportunity and for the amazing weekend in London.

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Columbia Road flower market

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Columbia Road flower market (10)travel blog the viennese girl

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Columbia Road flower market (7)

I read about it somewhere on the web, like you do now, and I knew that I shouldn’t miss it. During my stay in London I visited the Columbia Road flower market which takes place on Sundays. I got off at the Hoxton Overground Station and walked towards Columbia road. I haven’t seen something like that ever before. All kinds of flowers. Lavender, orchids, roses, tulips, colours and smells everywhere. I was lost in the most beautiul flower market I’ve ever been.
-“What about a smell, madame?” asked the flower seller.
-“Yes,sir!” I said.

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