in blue sky
Lost in Reading
The Ocean at the End of the Lane
of oceans deep and blue
Photographed at and around
Mochi Grill and Sushi Restaurant
Phone 0043 1 925 13 80
2nd District, Leopodlstadt
Images & Text © by Merisi
1 - Contemporary building in Leopoldstadt
Wished I knew its name!
2 - Reading Neil Gaiman, "The Ocean at the End of the Lane"
Neil Gaiman's own Journal gives you all the links to professional reviews
I recommend my friend's, -> Vicki Lane & The Ocean at the End of the Lane
3 - Mochi Grill and Sushi Restaurant:
My new favorite place to eat!
I have been back several times since my first visit a few months ago.
It has been a pleasure each and every time (I am tempted to quote Baudelaire):
Friendly (actually an understatement) waiters -
love their stylish charcoal aprons -
and great food out of a kitchen staffed by, yes, cheerful cooks.
Right now I am addicted to their soft-shell crab dish, and the spicy salmon,
both pictured above. There are tough times ahead, though, my friends,
Mochi takes a short summer break from the 12th though the 19th of August.
Would LOVE to read that book
They read it on book-at-bedtime
Sky is yum too
Vienna gets top rating as one of the more livable cities in Monocle
Copenhagen is #1
Paris is #14
NYC didnt make the list haha
Once it has made the rounds in my family, I can mail you Neil's book!Delete
I have not heard about Monocle, but according to Mercer's, Vienna is the best place to live, number one in the world, and that four years in a row. I can see why, after 8 years of living here (and I am NOT Viennese and moved here from two also very beautiful, albeit much larger cities).
Link ->The world's top 30 cities of the Mercer 2012 indexDelete
simply beautifully captured shots...lovely!ReplyDelete
Thank you! :-)Delete
Ah, how will you survive the closure of this wonderful eatery??ReplyDelete
I'm loving your images of summer in Vienna! And thanks for the book recommendation - an author I've wanted to try out and now definitely will!
It's going to be rough going, Karen! I will have to go and flirt with some old loves, or such. ;-)Delete
I had never read anything by Neil Gaiman when I met him by chance at a Library of Congress book fair. I few kids were standing in line, with stacks of books, and that made me curious. I talked to him and he was so incredibly friendly, I simply had to go read his books afterwards. Best new author encounter ever! ;-)
Here is a link to Neil's journal ->Neil Gaiman's Journal. Addictive. ;-)Delete
It would be nice to see that lost in reading lady reading a Gramlich novel.:)ReplyDelete
Lovely and delightful captures for the day, Merisi!! Always good to see people enjoying a good book! Have a wonderful weekend!!ReplyDelete
How will you survive?? (:0)ReplyDelete
It will make returning that much sweeter.
I think I need to get lost in reading and shut the world out for a while.
Tough times ahead indeed Merisi ..... must check out Gaimans book.ReplyDelete
"Adelaide and Beyond"
Thank you all!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a wonderful Sunday, in a nice cool spot with everything you wish for,
What a cool set. :)ReplyDelete