Snoozy Sundays

Everything shuts down on Sundays here, even grocery stores. There are only a few places that are open and are usually at tourist venues, train stations or the airport. People value their “down time” in Vienna. Sundays are for resting and spending time with family. It’s a great time to reflect on what’s really important.

This is our first Sunday in our home and it feels fabulous. We have already started to create great memories here, by cooking our first few “real” meals together. We’ve also finished up the remaining 15% of  organizing our things and now the flat is truly complete and ours. So even on a cloudy day like today, our home is still filled with so much light. And I think to myself, this is truly a dream come true.

Here’s to many more great snoozy Sundays ahead!


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