Some time after Christmas my maid of honour had enquired whether I would be ok with her arranging some sort of bridal shower. Hating the hordes of drunk brides-to-be who regularly roam Vienna with their trays encroaching on strangers to selling them Jägermeister while having to complete “funny” challenges such as shaving a man’s leg I reluctantly agreed, dearly hoping that day wasn’t going to be hell.
One of many things that make living in Vienna so convenient is the fact that it takes you less than 2 hours to get to the mountains. And I mean mountains, not rolling hills. Real mountains to hike, climb and ski. Over the years, Rax has evolved as the favourite mountain of choice for a relaxing day trip. Continue reading Alicioustravels: Rax – our favourite local mountain
Last weekend a friend from Cameroon came to visit with her gorgeous little son and we decided to make a walk around springtime Schönbrunn gardens her first impression of Vienna. It was such a beautiful day and warm enough to not need a jacket. Continue reading Aliciouslife: A walk in the park
These are the reasons there wasn’t a Sunday post as usual: Mr A celebrated his birthday with a brunch party that happened to take place mostly on our balcony due to the absolutely gorgeous spring day. As requested by him (could I be any prouder? I could not), all dishes were vegan. Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Mr A’s vegan birthday party
My dear readers,
I wish you all a beautiful Easter Sunday and hope you can celebrate with your loved ones and that the Easter rabbit left some treats for you (and that you found them).
I found mine :
Enjoy the long weekend! Happy Easter!
Last Friday was my birthday and I basically spent the whole weekend celebrating it (which explains why there was no Sunday post last week). In fact, I have yet to meet some of my closest friends so the partying will continue until at least Easter (by which time we’ll already be preparing for Mr A’s birthday). Continue reading Aliciouslife: My birthday weekend
Having not yet mastered the art of baking bread (simply by never trying more than the occasional damper) I still felt like adding something homemade to our brunch table the other week that looked kind of fancy. Italian food is always fancy, or so I thought, and ended up with this easy focaccia recipe which turned out extremely well (and a little fancy) Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Rosemary garlic focaccia