What could possibly be better than a shop that sells both – champagne and cookie cutters?
Not much, let me tell you.
I spent today with my mum, walking around the city, shopping for birthday and father’s day presents, and eating yummy food. It was perfect.
We ordered traditional viennese coffee (Melange) and freshly pressed orange juice (served, as it should be, on a silver tray with a glass of tap water).
And some super yummy breakfast: dark bread, cream cheese, some veggies and plain yoghurt with fruits and cereal.
We walked around the city,
and found the most delightful little stores, – like this one: it sells champagne and cookie cutters. I think I’m in love.
We also bought a super cute and fun cookbook for my gran’s birthday. If you’re anything like us (meaning: if you’re also utterly obsessed with cookbooks), then Babette’s is a dream come true. It’s a shop dedicated to cookbooks, but it also offers food and cooking classes.
Later, we shared a Bagel and drank peppermint ice tea, before heading home for a quick stop to change into theatre appropriate clothes.
Then we headed off to eat some utterly delicious Tapas at Casita’s in Mödling.
After that we saw “Eine Ziege. Oder: Wer ist Sylvia?” (“A goat. Or: who is Sylvia?”) which was… interesting, to say the least.
All in all it was an extraordinarily lovely day with my mum. We fight and argue often (who doesn’t?) but we also agreed that we should do this more frequently. Both of us had a lot of fun. Plus, I’ve discovered a bunch of new shops too!