Vienna from four perspectives / Co-learning Report 27.02.2020
We arrived in Vienna on Sunday, February 9 at about 13 p.m. The bus stopped at the Hostel Hütteldorf, we got our room card and unpacked our bags. We explored the hostel and talked to our family to let them know that we are okay and that our accommodation is nice.
On the next day we met our tutor, Christoph @manncpt who is @opt2o Co-founder and Chairman. In the afternoon we went to the Donau Zentrum and to Karlsplatz. The weather wasn't the best, but the city is so amazing.
While we were here we had to do an english presentation about the Community Laboratory. We have to show what the goals of the Com Lab are, and what this can give to us. It was so difficult for us, because first we couldn't understand, but in the end we got it and we could do the presentation.
We worked with five graphic designers, two photographers and two IT students. They sent us so much pictures and wrote about what they were doing here. This helped us a lot in our presentation. During our stay we explored a lot of places, like Belvedere Museum, Schönbrunn, Mariahilferstasse, Heindl Schokomuseum, Stephanplatz and the Shopping City Süd.
We're so sad because we didn't have time for the Albertina, and the DirtWater Café. My favourite was Schönbrunn and Belvedere. Normally we don't like the museums but this two were amazing. Between all of our workplaces the Spaces Co-Working at Square One, Heiligenstadt was our favourite, it was so modern, we loved it.
We worked there three time. This is exactly the future workplace we've dreamed of.
And our other work place was the Hug Inn. It was so cosy!
One of the best things of our job was that we could meet so many new and different people. This job has given us a professional experience. We can thank so much for visiting Vienna. We are so thankful that we could have been here and it was for sure one of the best three weeks and experiences for all of us.
Written by Kíra Árpási. Photos form Zsanett Németh, Fanni Kucsera, Péter Salamon Gulyás and the photographers.