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Feldkirk, Austria

If the trip was great and if you cycled a lot you tend to have less photos of you than you would have normally wanted. May be there was something about my outfits or may be my husband was too much consumed with regular photos of abouts but I actually don't have much photos of myself from that trip. This is probably the the best part of the trip Austrian Feldkirch (yes I did visit different parts of Austrian during the two trips this year). We actually wasn't really into this place when we've been planning - it is situated between The Lake Konstanz or Bodensee and Lichtenstein, a tiny country we really wanted to visit because both me and Max have a soft spot for tiny countries. This place offered cheaper accommodation and comfortable location so we decided to stay there. I was so happy we did! I liked this place so much - it was so beautiful, so comfortable, so pretty! I was crazy about the zoo and the castles, the food was lovely and so are the small streets in the center. It's funny but I think it was the highest point of all the trip. Superb! The weather was nice too however we had our share of rain. It was the heaviest one evening (we took a shelter in a cafe) and during our walk to the zoo (right in the middle with nowhere to hide, just to push forward). Also the hotel we stayed in was lovely and located in a beautiful old building, used to be clinic before and during WWII.
 I wore a skirt, super comfortable sneakers (they definitely made my trip!), my cycling glasses to help facing the sun, fold-able backpack I am crazy about, I literally take it with us on each and every trip. Some accessories helped a lot to brighten up the look. Do you like it?



This travel post will not be complete without some sightseeing moment from the place. Hope you'll enjoy Feldkirch as much as we did.
















 My favorite and free (!) attraction is super cool and big zoo. It is also a great walking area. Bonus points for local animals and feeling of freedom for them we had.






 Bonus: Austrian Bregenz photos.
 ok alpacas are awesome everywhere. We just had to make the photo of them!










 Happy faces when the ride is finished!

I was wearing:
Topshop dress
Fila sneakers

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. How beautiful the countryside is in these photos!The zoo looks like a fun place and the hillside and the buildings are beautiful! The churches the castles and the buildings are out of this world. Love the cobblestone streets.

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  2. Never been to Austria before, but it looks Awesome and beautiful!
    Love all the photos you took there ♥

    xx
    Amira
    www.theamiraword.blogspot.com

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  3. Oh wow looks like you had a lovely trip away. I am loving all your Austria photos too - just beautiful xx

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  4. Beautiful place and great pictures, the one with the rainbow is my favorite. Austria is beautifully captured in the photos though you are not in most of them. I am the one always taking the photos so i rarely have myself in photos.

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    1. me too! I love taking photos so I am rarely on vacation photos. I think it's partially because I take so many outfit photos, lol

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  5. I haven't visited Austria yet but it looks amazing and definitely on my bucket list.

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  6. i backpacked europe in my teens and spent more than two weeks in vienna, salzburg and innsbruck. Austria is beautiful and you have some amazing photographs. A well written piece.

    Jerry Godinho

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  7. It's so beautiful in Austria. I was there in 1994 and visited Salzburg and Innsbruck, and of course Vienna. But this city looks awesome too. I ♥ Austria.

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  8. Cristina VanthulDec 15, 2019, 6:09:00 AM

    What a charming town! It looks like so much fun. And so relaxing!

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  9. Beautiful photos! Honestly, while it sucks now to not have many photos of yourself on your trip, I think it's the sign of a great vacation. After all, if you're having so much fun that you forget to get pictures, there are sure to be some incredible memories to reflect on later!

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  10. Great photos. Such a beautiful place. Lovely hotel, zoo and nature. You look great in your cycling outfit.... fantastic accessories.

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  11. The place has it's own certain charm. The important thing is that you enjoyed your trip!

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  12. Austria is such a beautiful place. I love the contrast between quaint villages and towns and the green countryside.

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    1. me too! that is why I love cycling trips so much: you have it all in a blink of eye. plus it's a decent workout

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  13. wow! what a beautiful city!! loved it soo much i need to put this in my list asap! And the alpacas, soooo cute! one of them looked like a giraffe hihihi

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  14. It looks so beautiful! And quite steep for cycling!!

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  15. What a nice place! I love how green it is. Staying in touch with nature is one of my favorite things to do. Those alpacas are so cute!!

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  16. Austria looks amazing. I have friends from Austria and they tell me how beautiful it is. Perhaps a place to visit one day.

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  17. Wow, what a beautiful place to travel! I love the photos especially the rainbow one. Austria is a beautiful country.

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  18. What an incredible sight to visit and walk through! Looks like a beautiful place.

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  19. This looks like a lovely and fun trip and the zoo is nice too, your photos are beautiful and makes me want to visit.

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  20. Amazing! This is stunning. I can't help but think of The Sound of Music!

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  21. You got some great photos even though you aren't in a lot of them. I would love to visit Austria!

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  22. Oh, wow. Every picture was better than the last one. I especially loved the rainbow, the white statues, the architecture, the villages in the middle of the mountains, and especially the staircase in the hillside.

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  23. Wow! My favorite picture is the brick stairs ascending into the forest with the green canopy. What a beautiful place. Love the architecture!

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  24. Beautiful! I haven't been to Germany in so long. Love the look of the statues.
    Thank you so much for sharing.

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  25. I had never been to Australia, particularly Feldkirk - the place looks interesting, a lot of nature scenery. With all your pictures somehow I already saw how enjoyable this place is. Thanks for sharing your fun!

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  26. I love your sightseeing pictures in this post! That looks like a wonderful trip. I’ve never really considered visiting Austria, so this was a really fun read for me.

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  27. This is a great experience. The photo that looks like a mini plaza with a fountain looks like the scene from Beauty and the Beast.

    Happy to know that you were able to visit the local zoo. My boys would be thrilled to see the alpacas as we haven't seen one yet.

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  28. It looks like you really enjoyed yourself. This looks like such a peaceful and relaxing town and I'm sure the surrounding nature was even more beautiful in person!

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  29. Glad you enjoyed your trip.. this is a place worth visiting, The Architecture are beautiful and the landmark are simply breathtaking. And your picture are awesome.

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  30. What a wonderful trip, the mountains remind me a bit of the PNW of the United States or the Seattle area. You looked like you had a great time and it was great seeing the pretty towns and sculptures in addition to the natural beauty.

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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  31. Love the photos at the end! looks like such a nice place to stay and it's great the zoo was free! I like your printed dress too!

    Happy new year! Hope that you are having a great weekend :) We are safe from the bushfires still, and so thankful.

    Away From Blue

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  32. Me doy cuenta de que esto es un arte, y quiero decir que los dise├▒adores tienen mucho talento.

    www.dear-lover.com

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