Monday, April 16, 2012

the weekend

some random images from my weekend (including the rather embarrassingly awful one of me as i'm finishing my leg of the relay marathon and double high-fiving my work colleague!). i managed to run my part without stopping once so i was rather chuffed plus our relay team ran the fastest time out of the four teams competing from my office! yay!

the place with the beautiful tiled ceiling is called corbaci and is in the museums quartier. the food you can see is potato goulash. it was yummy! i do love potato.

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  1. This is the first time I've commented on your blog though I've read it and enjoyed it from afar for some time:) I write a food blog (http://sushiandstrudel.com) in Vienna and ate at Corbaci the other week. SO delicious and beautiful interior!

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    1. ah thanks! i'm going to go and have a read of your blog now. as you probably guessed, i love food!

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  2. you make it look sooo easy!!!!! next time a full marathon or what?!
    glad it went well.

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    1. it wasn't easy i assure you! so happy its over

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  3. Yay! Yay! Yay! You ran your entire leg of the relay without stopping?! And without much training!? You are a star. Full marathon next time. Definitely :-)

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    1. ah, thank you so much lindsay! ha. there is NO WAY i could ever run a full marathon! i have so much respect for those that do. amazing.

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  4. vienna looks so gorgeous, i have yet to make it there! how did you get to vienna?

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    1. its a lovely place to visit, especially in summer. i moved here with my boyfriend who was offered a great job opportunity

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  5. You're amazing, I love the pic from the marathon - not awful AT ALL!! I LOVE the tiles at MQ, it is from a turkish company, I have their catalogue at home and they have amazing stuff. Dreaming of tiles from them for my kitchen.

    Love
    mimie

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  6. so sweet of you mimie! and yes, the tiles are beautiful

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