First District (Inner City)
Cafè Corto e Nero
Wiedner Hauptstraße 48
The "old town" is the winner for me...beautifully restored and maintained..ReplyDelete
Love the single flower in the glass...
The marigold in the glasss: exquisite.ReplyDelete
PS: I am going to copy the idea for my bathroom.
I love all the shots, especially the one with the sky in the first photo.ReplyDelete
The city looks like it's perking up for Spring. I love the golden walls and the rich green door. Great contrast in color. Thank you for taking me on a walk through your beautiful city today!!ReplyDelete
love the photos, Wien always has the cutest places with flowers out fron even in the Winter.ReplyDelete
thanks for taking such lovely shots!
Oooh! This is getting me excited!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos, Merisi!ReplyDelete
What is it like to be able to walk around in such a wonderful place as Vienna? All that lovely architecture and old history....so different from where I live. I'm starved for such things! So that's why I so enjoy your blog. Thank you for sharing your world!ReplyDelete
I especially liked the green door.ReplyDelete
I'm reading Tabucci.
You're right - he's magical.
That flow in that glass is, as sally crawford said, "exquisite".ReplyDelete