Hey, everyone! I’m continuing my travel series today with my pictures from my weekend trip to Salzburg! It was so beautiful; I totally recommend it especially if you’re traveling in or around Austria.

First, we visited the Mirabell Gardens. They were unbelievably beautiful and curated to the highest level of perfection.



On our second day, we visited the Modern Art Museum, which had a really cool exhibit about the technology and art movement in America in the 1960s.  The museum is actually built into a cliff which overlooks the city, so we had a beautiful view! The cliff is home to the city’s resevoir and is a great place to take a walk.



Afterwards, we wandered into St. Peter’s church, which had spectacular detail.



Finally, on Wednesday, for our last excursion of Civ I, we visited St. Stephens.


We also climbed to the very top!


That’s all for now! Come back next week for even more.


Hey, everyone! I’m here with the second installment of my study abroad series! Here’s what I did this week in photographs. Check back next week for my photos of Salzburg!    On Saturday morning, I had a lovely bowl of tomato soup and an amazing Schnitzel sandwich! The food here is so good!!

 Saturday evening was a “Night of the Museums Event” in Vienna. For 11 Euro, we got to visit the Liechtenstein Palace and ride an old fashioned street car! It was so much fun.
  The chariot inside the palace.

  The palace at a gorgeous library! This sculpture was inside the library, so I snapped a picture of it.

The artwork on the ceiling of the palace.

  Riding the streetcar!

  The streetcar was decorated with old-fashioned ads to get the full effect, which I appreciated.

  The past few days have been filled with church visits, since we’re studying the Middle Ages in class.

This was taken at a monastery we visited yesterday. The arches are such and interesting shape; I love the geometric elements.

This last shot was from today. It was taken in St. Rupert’s, the oldest church in Vienna.

That’s all for now! Stay tuned for more!