I started my day in the early morning. I went up with my mum at 5.30. We ate breakfast and then she took me to the trainstation. Because my mum had to get to work 30 min earlier than me, I took the chance to buy a cup of coffee and sat down to read free newspaper. My attention got caught by 2 articles:
This article is about a foster-home for children which is called “Schwedenstift” which means something like “Swedenconvent”. Just four years ago I visited this house for my project in secondary school (the big final project), where I travelled after the tracks of Sweden in Austrian/Vienna. There are a lot of buildings and streets in Vienna who are named after Sweden or famous swedish people. I found this amusing to read at 6 o’clock in the morning at the train station – Sweden say’s hello through the newspaper.
The second picture is about an article which tells the reader about the doctors in Vienna who are dissatisfied about there working-conditions. I will later come back to this information, because I got to learn more about this issue at my internship.
Here starts the day for me: the train too Znojmo – even the speaker had troubles to pronounce the city, which is not situated in Austria (but Austria is situated to a lot of borders and therefore there are a lot of trains driving abroad). I am already feeling how I am going to be part of the everyday big city morning traveling…
Now just a quick change to the subway…
Oh, this view of people traveling to and from work gives me a lot of memories of my time when I lived in Germany. It is odd how deep memories can be rooted and it is really a difference from Calmare where I have a 5 minutes bike-ride to school.
Wow, here it is! The “Allgemeines Krankenhaus der Stadt Wien – Universitetsklinikum” – translation: “Generell Hospital of the city Vienna – Universityclinic”. I went into through the doors and wow! A flower-boutique which looks just like the one in my favorite tv-hospital-program “Scrubs”! After some searching I found my ward: 9D Transplant. Wow, now the expectations are high! How will it be? How will it look like? I mean the halls, they look even more like 60’s than the one I have seen in Sweden!
Bis später! Means: See you later!