January 18, 2006

On field trips

The good thing about field trips with university classes is the fact that you usually see stuff you otherwise simply wouldn’t. Today we went to Perchtoldsdorf, a place which is only about twenty minutes outside of Vienna, but which I of course have never been to. You see, sometimes I actually think about the fact that there are places outside of Vienna, and I then wonder what these places may look like and if they could warrant a twenty or thirty minute ride in public transportation. Usually these thoughts end up in total oblivion, and only trips organized by someone else and with something of a compulsory feel to it make it onto my travel schedule. So, there we are. Since I like to shoot pictures, I left the scene of academic mischief for a few minutes in order to be able to present a nice gallery of assorted Perchtoldsdorfian architecture and wonders:

a praying piece of stone