This is the 3rd and last part of my trip to Vienna. If you haven’t read the other parts yet, here you can find the 1st part and the 2nd part.
The 5th day, started really nice, the weather was hot and the day sunny, so we finally decided to visit the Schönbrunn Palace, to walk through its gardens and maybe visit the zoo too. So, we took the subway again, and headed there.
This is my second post about my trip to Wien. If you haven’t read the first part you can read it here. It’s gonna be huge again, as I want to keep it as a journal of our trip to Vienna, so please excuse me.
On Day 3 of our trip, we took the subway to go to Mariahilferstraße, the most famous shopping street of Vienna. It’s a really long street and you need a lot of time just to cross it, let alone visit many of its shops. The weather was really good (it felt like spring-finally), so we took a walk to see all the stores. In our way up, we visited the H&M store to see if it had the same items, as in Greece, and we ended up buying some of them. After all it was already sales season, and the prices were really low. I bought a pair of boyfriend jean shorts, which are very comfortable, a summer dress, and a shirt-dress I was searching for, for a long time. And all under 50 euros!
After that, we stopped for some coffee, rested, took some pictures, and continued walking.
Starting with a warning, this post is huge, so bear with me.
On 2/7 I went on vacation to Vienna with my boyfriend, after planning it for about a month. One of my best friends was there for Erasmus, for the last 6 months, so it was the perfect chance to visit the city, and see her too. I wanted to make this post sooner, but I had to organize my photos and furthermore, I had other obligations too.
We stayed there for 5 full days, and I think we saw as much as we could.
On Day 1 we went from the airport to our rented apartment, which was perfect and quite close to the city center, and then went out for lunch to taste the famous Wiener schnitzel. Our friend took us to one of the most famous restaurants (Figlmuller), to try the huge schnitzel, and my appetite was quite satisfied! 🙂 We also tried the potato salad, which was perfect and the spritzer, which I didn’t like because I don’t like club soda at all.
I decided to change up my posting schedule a bit this week, so as to share with you more posts from my trip to the Netherlands. You might have already read the first part of my trip here, but I didn’t to share more outfit photos there, and decided to make a separate post. My outfit of the 2nd day, was definitely not something special or even stylish, but it was way colder than we had anticipated so I had to make do with what I had brought in my suitcase. So I did a lot of layering on my trip, to keep myself warm. I used a light (spring) scarf to protect me from the wind, and belt to keep my thick cardigan closed. I played a lot with tones of gray and pink on my vacation, so even if I looked 10kg more from all the layering, the colors of my outfits still matched. haha I wore my new white sneakers with the pink detail at the back, and I had to borrow my boyfriend’s grey beanie for almost the whole trip. Well, it might not look chic but it managed to keep me warm, so that’s fine by me. Hope you like my look! Let me know what you think by leaving a comment below!
A few days ago my friend S., who studies abroad, (do you remember telling you about her, last summerin Vienna?) and I, went for an afternoon coffee, on the spot I told you about on a previous post. She was in Greece for vacation, but spent most of her days on an island camping, but when she returned, she called me wanting to meet me. She’s one of my dearest friends. Despite studying abroad, and no matter how many miles separate us, we always talk and always meet when she’s in town. She feels like a sister to me. And it’s one of the friendships I value the most! She only stayed in town for a day before she left for Germany again to study, but we managed to find some time for a coffee and some catching up! I always like to make time on my schedule (no matter how busy it can be at times), for my friends, especially good ones!
Before we reach our destination I asked her to take some pictures of me and my outfit for the blog. It’s always nice to have someone do it for you, instead of using a self-timer. The result left me speechless. She did such a great job with the photos…They were exactly as I wanted them to be, and even more! I hope you like them as much as I did.