during easter holidays my boyfriend and me spent a few days in amsterdam. all those pictures were taken during a layover stop at the airport in frankfurt/germany.
and be prepared, you’ll see tons of people on bikes in my next few blog posts :)
i am now living together with my boyfriend for around two months, and i must say i really like it :) the new flat is super-awesome and cozy, i just had to get used to not living in the city center anymore.
i wanted to explore my new neighborhood much earlier but couldn’t find the time to do it. the first part of my neighborhood-series shows the ‘westbahnhof’, one of vienna’s rail stations. i discovered this bridge a while ago and i loved it. i hope you do, too :)
schönbrunn palace is one of the most famous sights in austria, and just around the corner from my new flat :) especially the garden around the palace is very beautiful in spring and fall.
i was there last week with a dear friend of mine, unfortunately we weren’t lucky with the weather. but i am hoping for some more sunny days to take my camera out for a walk.
have a great weekend everyone!!
i hope you’re not annoyed by my spain-posts already, there are 3 or 4 more to come. i know, i always take too many pictures, but i still HAVE to show you the pictures of ronda and cádiz :)
sevilla was our next stop, there we enjoyed amazing food (again), a feisty flamenco show, the “casa de pilatos” and the narrow streets of the city.
again i am sorry for not posting for such a long time but i was on holiday in carinthia with my boyfriend last week, then had my first little exhibiton at my sister’s birthday party and shot my first wedding on saturday. so a lot is going on right now, but i’m not complaining ;)
today i wanna show you some more pictures i took in córdoba. the mezquita was originally built as a mosque and was then turned into a cathedral. the architecture is amazing, i loved the mix between moorish and christian culture.
as mentioned in one of my previous posts, granada was our next stop on the andalusia-trip. there we visited an austrian a friend who was studying in granada for one year. he was a great tour guide and also managed to find a place for us to stay at another friend’s home. we had a really good time full of laughter and sangria ;)
we also visited the ‘alhambra de granada’ together, which is a wonderful and impressive palace and fortress, built in 889. i especially enjoyed the nasrid palaces and the beautiful gardens. for me, the alhambra was a highlight during our journey and if you ever come to granada, take some time and visit the alhambra, you will not regret it!
from the alhambra, we also enjoyed a great view over the city