We walk or bike around in Vienna every day. The Austrian capital has 23 districts, structured in a circle, kind of like a snail. What comes to mind is that there are no houses in the city, but mostly old-world apartment buildings with large, heavy entry doors. Most districts have a real neighborhood feel with small shops, schools and many cute places to eat, although some are more residential than others. There are no large parking lots either. But parking garages underground, or street parking, usually available. Here are some images and impressions from the 4th and 5th districts, called Wieden and Margareten.  And by the way, today is a rather cold day, due to a brisk wind. It is September 1st and it really feels like fall. Hope you are having a good middle of the week.

Not to forget: you should heart yourself too.