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Brazilian Food in March
Posted November 7th, 2012 - 1:00 pm by from Fortaleza, Brazil (Permalink)
Hello Everybody!
I'll be in Vienna in March.. and.. Since I know how to do some Brazilian food, maybe somebody is interested about doing something along.. ^^'
I know some vegetarian friends and I cook with them a lot.. (and.. eat their crazy vegetarian meals.. hehehe..) ..
But.. I'm afraid the real Brazilian food is not vegetarian.. AT ALL! ^^' .. hehehe..
..The big deal here is to make some friends, for I don't want to be as a strange in city.. ^^'
So.. ..If somebody can gimme some information about what I should visit or where I can get some map.. whatever.. (just message me) .. Try to help me somehow.. *_*'

Posted November 27th, 2012 - 11:51 am by from Vienna, Austria (Permalink)
Hey Holanda!
This sounds pretty cool! I am in!!!!!!
Don't hesitate contacting me when you're there! :)
Ate logo! See you soon in Vienna!
btw: I go for real brazilian food, so no vegetarian!! :)

Posted December 9th, 2012 - 1:39 am by from Vienna, Austria (Permalink)
Hi Holanda,

it sounds great! I always wanted to try REAL Latin American food, not this Americanized burrito-nonsense:P One of my friends brought me a cooking booklet from Latin America (not Brazil though) as he was travelling there. :) And I am no longer vegetarian, so now worries!

Regarding things to see in Vienna, I guess it's quite easy to get information about all these classy, elegant sightseeing Vienna is famous for, as this shapes the image of the city. Therefore I will suggest a really interesting piece of architecture that challanged a lot of concepts:


Enjoy and see you in March! :)

Posted February 10th, 2013 - 2:25 am by from Vienna, Austria (Permalink)
Hey Holanda,

sounds perfect, if I can make it, I'll definitely join you. And I am no vegetarian either *jeje*

With regards to places to go, it depends a little on what you're interested in, architecture, museum, history, food, culture, landmarks, all of the above .... There is plenty to see and I'm no guide myself (hey, I'm not even Austrian, but I have live here for quite some time now), but I'll happily show you around a bit if I can and even host you if our schedules agree.

Take care for now,