Monday, November 17, 2014

The City of Music, Vienna

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black sleeveless roll-neck crop top & blue plaid pants c/o choies / topshop checkered coat / h&m knit loop scarf / murua forest green slip on / local store burgundy beanie

The highlight of my 2 nights stay in Vienna was definitely having to sink my teeth into the legendary Original Sacher-Torte at Café Sacher! It's so yummilicious! I wish I could have a slice now!

The thing I love to do most when I travel is to try new food! Sightseeing is secondary as I live to eat! Hahaha.

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Burggarten

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Café Sacher's Original Sacher-Torte

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beautiful fall colours!

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Stephansdom, one of the tallest churches in the world.

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Stephansdom's interior

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Stephansdom's interior

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Stephansdom's interior

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Vienna State Opera vicinity

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Burggarten

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butterflies inside the Greenhouse at Burggarten

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Zieglergasse

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Zieglergasse

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14 comments:

  1. You look gorgeous!! Ahh...would love to go to Vienna, it's stunning and the sweet looks sooooo good :) xx

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  2. What a beautiful City! You look lovely, I love the trousers!

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  3. such a great look!

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  4. oh, you little traveller, you! i love your trousers and coat, so lovely! and i wouldn't mind having a slice of that sacher cake either, haha:-) xx

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  5. Vienna looks so charming! And you look beautiful,those pop of colors looks so rich <3

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  6. Hahaha that cat poster is adorable!

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  7. I went there last October, it's a beautiful city

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  8. Beautiful places and i love the whole outfit especially your pants! The building looks so gorgeous too makes me want to go there :)

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  9. Was it your first time in Vienna? It's truly a great city with realy nice peple and beautiful architecture, not to mention you can get tickets to the opera for like 5 Euros if you don't mind standing. :)

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