Wow, I cannot believe I never noticed that I didn’t post this until now.
The new years fireworks and christmas presents indicate that this is happened not lately, but quite some time ago. I apologise for the general lack of blog posts these past couple of months. With spring finally here and a resolution I made to go out and take more photos, I hope this blog will get more attention as well.
/Christmas lights in Vienna. /Quality time with books, tea, and my favourite socks, gifted to my by unitedbyblue /Snowy rides are simply magical. /One of my favourite Christmas presents. Gentle reminders are much needed. /Fireworks in front of Karlskirche in Vienna. Stunning backdrop. /Winter wonderland in my hometown. Grateful for living in such a stunning place. /Coffee me-time at Jonas Reindl.
After my whirlwind time in LA, I headed up to San Francisco for a couple of days. My time there was far more laid back.
Here are a couple of my observations:
The hills are far steeper than I imagined them to be.
It’s an easy city to navigate. I had almost no problems finding my way from and to certain spots.
I love the fog.
The weather is nothing like in other parts of California and I love it.
Redwood trees really are massive.
Layering clothes is the way to go.
70s music videos are the best.
Alcatraz tours are booked out weeks in advance (such a bummer).
Ghiradelli dark chocolate sea salt caramel is the holy grail.
Sausalito is a picturesque spot to eat lunch (or breakfast. Or dinner.).
The Mission district has great graffiti.
Guacamole is everything.
Thank you, Gina and Staci for welcoming me in your charming apartment. For showing me around and for loving food as much as I do. I had the best time.
Los Angeles has been an incredible start to an incredible journey and more adventures are to come.
I’ve had so many people beg me to not hate LA and no, I didn’t. In fact, I had a great time, filled with fun activities, laughter, long days, late nights and little sleep. This is how exciting LA was for me.
/ Disneyland is pure magic. / In-n-Out had to happen at one point. / If you say you’re too old for Disneyland, you’re lying. / Went to see ‘Casablanca’ at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and witnessed a stunning sunset. / Huntington Beach. US open, lots of (beautiful) people. / Lemonade stands are more authentically american than deep-fried butter. Or so I’ve been told. / Little Tokyo. / Bottega Louie is a bright place. / Perch gives you downtown views while you enjoy great food. / Venice Beach has bricks and good coffee.
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