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Thursday, 11 June 2015

Vienna, Austria

Yeah, I know. Its been a while. What can I say? I'm lazy.

Here we go.

Cuti yaww!

We spent our last Pfingsten's (I don't know the name in English) Holiday in Regensburg,Germany and Vienna, Austria. Since we only spent like half day in Regensburg, I've sum up our trip in a very lazy video made with yours truly Windows Movie Maker. Hahahahaha


Our main goal in Vienna was to eat. We decided to splurge at Restaurant called Tybah for its Ribs and at Deewan for its All-you-can-eat-pay-as-you-wish buffet and because of its appearance in a movie named 99 Cahaya di Langit Eropa. Sadly both were closed during this holiday.

Aside from its expensive food, I really like Vienna. Why? The city is extremely clean. We notice that unlike in Germany, there are no smelly urine stink at its subways' station, surprisingly at the station which far from the city. Thumbs up to Vienna!

So, no more chit chat. Here are the top places you should visit in Vienna, Austria (thanks to Huda for the list):

  • Schönbrunn Palace & Zoo - Line U4 Station Schönbrunn (Walking around the park is free!)
  • Stephanplatz - for Inner city and visit the shop of a famous Vienna wafer Manner
  • Hofburg
  • Natural Historical Museum
  • Parliament
  • Rathaus - Site for Christmas Market
  • University of Vienna -  Line U2 Station Schottentor
  • Mariahilferstraße - Shopping street with lots of souvenir shops and restaurants,
  • Vienna Stadtoper
  • Hundertwasserhaus
  • Volksgarten - See Statue of Mozart
Sugesstion : Start from University of Vienna, then walk and cover on after another Rathaus, Parliament, Natural Historical Museum, Hofburg and Stephanplatz (or vice versa)

We spend our daily money only for train's ticket, foods and souvenir because admiring architecture is free!
Model

Acah-acah pre-wedding photoshoot

Schönbrunn Palace




Vienna Stadtoper

Volksgarten


Parliament

Fefeeling 99 Cahaya di Langit Eropah dekat Vienna Islamic Center

Stephanplatz

Wiener Rathaus





Hundertwasserhaus


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