Hermés Passamenterie Foulard
Petersplatz toward Milchgasse
"Schau'n Sie sich das an"
Espresso Cup *
MA 48 Street Cleaning Services
„Schau’n Sie sich das an!“
Legendary former Viennese "Simpl" cabaret artist,
"conférencier" and Diglas-patron Karl Farkas,
quoted at the Diglas website.
Espresso? I was hoping that was raspberry ice cream in there!ReplyDelete
Is Milchgasse something you get when your body can't process dairy? :)
Brian in Oxford;ReplyDelete
The espresso cup held a delicious raspberry sorbet that went very well with the chanterelles. ;-)
I wouldn't recommend walking the "Milk(y) Lane" as a strategy for dietary management of lactose intolerance. ;-)
Oooohhhhh - I want the purse. Orange reminds me of autumn, my favorite time of the year. That is why Florida is such a hard place to live - the lack of a true autumn.ReplyDelete
Sorry about your daughter's cell phone. And you are right, I'd don't want to know what the seniors do. What I saw chaperoning prom last year was enough to scar me for life.
Hope you also have a good week :)
I loooove these colour themed posts. :)ReplyDelete
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And I love the first picture of the woman admiring the china coffee pot...ReplyDelete
Mmmmm - love that expresso cup. *SO* orange!ReplyDelete
No, I've never been to the Maryland Ren Fair - but it looks amazing! We have them out here - but on a much smaller scale. The couple of fairs that have been around a long time and are pretty large here are our Scottish Games and State Fair (Alaskan Pig Racing! Cool!) Better than nothing. :-)
I like these colour themes you are doing (the pink one was divine!)ReplyDelete
My favourite is the first photo!
Geez - you must have thousands of those dudes walking around Vienna with those wigs on - they're everywhere!!
This post reminds me of the Orange advert: "The future is bright, the future is Orange..."ReplyDelete
Love the handbag! But, where would I wear it?ReplyDelete
Diglas espresso cup...ReplyDelete
... & Lyonaisse Potatoes??
looks fine to me
I can't even count the number of Mozarts we saw on the streets of Vienna when we were there! I even danced with on who was standing on a pedistal in front of Der Steffl.
super collection of photos - good to see the dustcart included and someone in a wheelchair getting round.ReplyDelete
What a fun post! The reflection of the woman in the first shot is so subtle, but brings the photograph alive. Then, what's not to love about that adorable little espresso cup and gigantic Hermes box??ReplyDelete
How much was the handbag?ReplyDelete
Look what Maalie has done to my photograph now. It's too bad, really it is!
Very nice photography. And what a lovely look at your city.ReplyDelete
Thanks too, for your kind remarks and visit to my blog
Hmmm. Not much in the way of wildlife habitat in that lot. I guess if that cleaning machine thing broke down there would be some scope for the crows.ReplyDelete