Final Adventures in Wien

Katherine (Nina) Jones
May 27, 2014

During my final weeks in Vienna, I wanted to take full advantage of what the city had to offer or, as IES Abroad likes to say, “squeeze the juice.”

I went with two friends on a day trip to Bad Vöslau, a thermal spa about thirty minutes outside Vienna. “Thermal” turned out to be a loose term, but it was a beautiful day and we were able to enjoy a quick swim and some Austrian wine.

Almost sunset at Bad Vöslau.

Wandered around Zentralfriedhof, which is a giant cemetery that apparently hold more dead people than currently live in Vienna.

Beethoven’s grave.

And, one of the most Austrian activities of the semester: dinner and wine at a heuriger.

View of the vineyards.


The restaurant part of the heuriger.

Other activities, for which I do not have pictures, include picnicking at Schönbrunn one last time, going to a board game bar, and touring Schönbrunn Palace.

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Katherine (Nina) Jones

<p><span style="color: rgb(29, 29, 29); font-family: Arial, Verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal; background-color: rgb(237, 237, 237);">Nina Jones is a junior at George Washington University studying International Affairs and History. In the future, she intends to pursue a career in either law or research. In addition to her interest in travel, Nina likes to read, play tennis, and listen to music. While in Vienna, Nina looks forward to taking advantage of the history, art, food, and language. She cannot wait to immerse herself in everything Vienna has to offer.</span></p>

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