– 28th and 29th of July, 2019, sunday and monday –
Before actually going to Linz, we spent two days in Gallneukirchen. This typically Austrian small town where nothing ever happens. A friend of ours was so kind to offer her room, while she was travelling elsewhere. We decided to take it easy, send some job applications and go for long walks. Let’s say it was a little break from an otherwise very active trip. The highlight of Gallneukirchen was drawing some ducks and hiding them all over our friend’s room. In case you’re wondering: no, we are not weird at all.
– 30th of July, 2019, tuesday –
In case you thought I lied before: no, we actually went to Linz. We went to an exhibition called Sinnesrausch, which means a rush of the senses. “The visitors’ point of view is set in motion here both literally and figuratively”, according to the website. There were big installations in many rooms, all the way up to the rooftop of the building, where you could use your different senses to experience the art. A comfortable swinging chair with a rooftop view? My childhood dream came true, so I decided to act like a little kid all exhibition long. You know, to enjoy it more.
Sinnesrausch is still in Linz until the 13th of October 2019, in case you also want to behave like a child without having to justify it.
To end the day with more childhood dreams, we bought a big ice cream and laid down in the park. Well… if we had done it properly, we would’ve gone to the playground instead, but we didn’t want to overdose.