So far, my favorite thing to do is to go to the Naschmarkt (1 block from our apartment) and enjoy all the fresh food. It is incredible. It certainly is a luxury to have fresh food daily - cheeses, wurst, bread, vegetables, pastries, etc. Here are some pictures I took yesterday.
They also have fresh flowers daily.
You can tell the Europeans are used to eating fresh foods daily as their refrigerators are so small. There is no room to store or freeze much of anything.
Luke completed 3 half days of his new Viennesse Montessori school. I am so proud of him. From what I can tell (at this early stage), the kindergarden school system is very different from the American. And, I can't get over how much smaller everything is here - especially the school class rooms and the playground (which they call 'garden'). It makes you really appreciate 'space'.
Elizabeth is faring well, but I am trying really hard to get her into a fixed sleeping schedule. Once I can do that, my daily routine will be easier and more predictable. So, for the time being, I am a bit limited with my outings around the city. I'm sticking to a radius of about half a mile.
This past week we've been focusing on just getting settled and getting some of the bureaucratic things done which always is a bit slower here in Europe. With this behind us and Elizabeth schedule more regular, I am hoping to venture out to explore more of the city - especially the innerstadt, flea markets and the many furniture and antique stores (which seem to be everywhere).