Yes, I’ve seen tourist attractions and yes, I was high above the ground in the Riesenrad but, when it all comes down to it, these moments are the ones I will remember the most. Maybe because, in the end, I am that kind of a photographer, in my heart. The last two days we were just chilling basically and in no frantic mode of seeing landmarks. Besides Jonas Reindl, Marijana took me to Cafe Francais and complimented me with a favorite dish of hers, a club sandwich. It was so good that I even ate the tomatoes in it. And if you know me, I wholeheartedly dislike fresh tomatoes.
I really like the vibe of this cafe/restaurant. Again, a perfect mix of rustic and modern elements. Also, I really like this coffee art trend that’s been around for years now. Nowdays, there is not a cafe that doesn’t do these which I like. I think it gives a lot of charm even though coffee is still a coffee.
My trip to Vienna wasn’t just a touristy trip rather spending time with my friend, also. In the evenings, we weren’t going out but watched movies. Since Mean Girls is kind of a thing of ours, we watched again it together.
You can’t sit with us!
The night before we watched The Help which is an awesome movie, as well. But, Mean Girls is sort of a classic as, for example, Clueless was in the ’90. Each generation has one, I guess. When not watching movies or fiddling our with makeup, I’d take photos of Marijana’s gorgeous room. You might have seen in it in her photos, already. That window of hers is beautiful, the light and everything. I hope she doesn’t mind me taking photos, there. Hehe.
On Friday morning, we went home, back to Croatia. Along the way, I witnessed gorgeous austrian hills covered with hazy clouds which are my favorite thing to shoot. Nothing compares to the rainy mountains and hills, nothing. We made only one rest stop and arrived in Zagreb a lot sooner than we thought. As soon as we arrived I noticed hot and sunny weather which I, honestly, don’t like. It made me miss Vienna even more, all the rainy weather we left behind. I am that weird, I know.
So, this is my last Vienna post and wanted to end the series with the most dearest of photos. I like them all but, like I said, it’s the moments. Also, thank you, Marijana, for being the best possible hostess and making me remember these couple of days forever. God bless.