On Easter Sunday I did a biking tour of Favoriten, a district in the far south of Vienna. The tulips were still in bloom at Kurpark Oberlaa. It is an excellent park with a whole heap of different themed gardens scattered throughout - including, among others, a Japanese garden, a water garden, and a love garden with benches and plenty of white flowers that look distinctly bridal. At least one long-legged heron lives down by the pond. There's also an enclosure with a couple friendly billy goats and lots of play areas for kids. A statue of Papageno too, for some reason. I liked this shot with the little girl posing for her friend's photo.
In the end, it was such a worthwhile weekend that I decided to forgive Austria for all the liquid refreshment she has been pouring down on us in recent days. I'm still holding her fully accountable for the total absence of Cadbury cream eggs, though.