Andrea was narrating various issues about Austria. When I asked Andrea how most of the Austrians identify themselves as Austrians or Germans, she said, "there are complex issues. We have a unique cult...
Birget, a student on city planning was telling her experiences in Cuba. Her experiences in the Caribbean Island were quiet strange. While she was narrating some of her observations, my discussion with...
Within Salzburg, the main attractions like Wolfgang Mozart's birthplace are a must and can be reached easily on foot, so too can many of the impressive baroque buildings that line the picturesque ...
As the setting for the popular film, The Sound of Music, and the birthplace of perhaps the most famous classical composer ever, Wolfgang Mozart, there is plenty to see in Austria's fourth-bigges...
Graz - the capital of the federal state of Styria with a population of about 242.000. Graz is a huge city (the second largest city in Austria), but still it is filled with rather a provincial at...
Innsbruck, host of Group D in the Euro 2008 Football cup, is a city of many good restaurants of various specialties. The kitchen of Innsbruck is inspired by the Italian, French and even Asian cuisine,...
On a beautiful warm summer day and after a nice filling breakfast we got going early yesterday to embark on our Sunday excursion to the south-western part of Styria. I wasn't particularly well-rested ...
On October 27th and 28th the FIS (Fédération Internationale de Ski) will begin their Alpine and Cross-Country World Cups season in Sölden, Austria and Düsseldorf, Germany. This year in Sölden the cond...
After yesterday's exciting outing to Graz we were planning an even bigger outing today: an excursion to the so-called "Drei-Länderecke", an area where Austria, Italy and Slovenia come together. So we ...
Finally, after the rather rainy day yesterday I opened my curtains to an absolutely gorgeous day today. The lush green Alpine foothills and mountains surrounding Weiz were competing with the brilliant...