We’ve been hitting the road for the Easter weekend to visit some of our friends all over Austria.
We planed to travel through Salzburg to Vorarlberg. So we packed our bags, loaded the car and drove from Vienna to Salzburg.
Austria is a tiny country so we arrived at our first stop – Salzburg – 3 hours later.
We visited our friends Eva and Jacob: an Austrian-American newly-weds couple.
She’s a Graphic Designer and shop owner of Bows & Bandits, an online shop were you can buy beautiful Austrian vintage dresses and Jacob is an new-york-and-europe-based photographer. (yes, some people do have it all!)
Whenever Eva is in Austria we try to meet, so when we heared they are staying for a few weeks in Austria we didn’t hesitated to self-invite us in to their amazing apartment.
It was a beautiful Easter morning and we had a delicious breakfast with Eva, Jacob, Eva’s parents and her Granny!
Thank you Eva & Jacob for having us!
Our next stop was Vorarlberg a tiny state next to the swiss boarder and totally worth a visit. There are a lot of creatives living in Vorarlberg and the architecture (traditional and new) is amazing!
We stayed with Anja (who already waited for us outside of her house … for hours!) and her family! Stay tuned for the next photos of a few days in Vorarlberg.
We take a few days off from our construchtion site and our day-jobs to take a trip through Austria (literally! 900 km from one end of Austria to the other) We (Martin, Gustav and me) are going to visit my good friend Eva and her husband Jacob in Salzburg and after a short overnight-stay there we’re going much further west to visit Anja and her family in Vorarlberg. Looking forward to see them again! And celebrate Easter traditions with them. Keep my fingers crossed that the weather’s good.
You can follow our little roadtrip via Instagram or read my review in a view days on the blog.
This post is a little off topic but as I told you we had a cute little photoshoot with our dear friend Anja the other day (Yes, I have to make advantage of Anjas skills everytime she’s helping us at the treehouse site.. not only her amazing bricklaying skills (also: here & here) but also her number one talent: Photography)
I don’t want to hold those outtakes back… they are just too hilarious not to share! Please enjoy Martin & Katharina at our best! Thank you Anja for your commitment and the beautiful outcome!
footnote: you can see some “normal” photos we took that day here and here.