14 Sep, 2017 in Vienna

To wrap up my conference trip to Vienna, I’ll take you on a walking tour I did on the last two days around the Vienna canals, parks, and university area. The two days had very different weather, so you’ll be able to see rainy and cloudy Vienna and blue-skies Vienna.   Shall we?   Canals […]

13 Aug, 2017 in Vienna

Vienna is a gorgeous city, with much to see and do, but perhaps one of the top attractions is the Schonbrunn Palace and gardens. Since my time in Vienna was somewhat limited, and I’ve seen my fair share of European castles and palaces, I decided not to take the tour inside, but rather just explore the […]

26 Jul, 2017 in Vienna

During my visit to Vienna I visited two local museums exploring the history of the former lively Jewish communities. One is the Jewish Museum of the City of Vienna, with very interesting exhibitions and a modern look, and the second was Museum Judenplatz at the heart of the former Jewish area that’s a bit smaller. Entrance to […]

30 Jun, 2017 in Vienna

My tour of Vienna started with the area next to the conference center, following the end of the conference I was attending, and so I set out to get grand views of Austria from above in the Danube Tower Donauturm and walk around the nearby park.  The views from up there are spectacular, especially on a clear […]

13 Jun, 2017 in Vienna

During the last day following my conference in Vienna I had a bit of time to roam around and explore the old town. I did that the previous days but only night time, and on a clear blue sky day Vienna was absolutely gorgeous. Wonderful architecture, culture and art in every corner, magnificent buildings which […]

23 May, 2017 in Vienna

Not sure why, but in my self-created memories of my visit to Vienna Austria as a kid there is a bit about us visiting Freud’s home. Whether my parents support this claim or not is almost irrelevant, if Freud has taught us anything it’s that our inner world guides much of how we think and […]

4 May, 2017 in Vienna

On my last day in Vienna I was looking for some organized tour to offer me some interesting insights to Vienna. I started off with Freud’s home, just because psychology has been a big part of my life, and somehow made my way to the Rathaus, the Vienna City Hall. The grand city hall offers several English […]

12 Apr, 2017 in Vienna, Visions

Last time I visited Vienna I was an elementary school child. I have what I think are flashbacks of specific moments around Vienna with my Viennese grandma, riding a rocking boat on the Danube river, going up what was at the time seemed to me like a massive ferris wheel, and, oddly enough – checking out […]

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