i am back
london was amazing, my feet still hurt from all the walking and dancing and walking again. but it was worth all the pain! i took lot’s of pictures again, which you can look at on flickr.
after a short night the first day was filled with shopping on oxfordstreet and in soho. enjoying all the beautiful buildings having fish and chips for lunch and getting rid of way to much money at anthropology and topshop. we had dinner at kimchee’s which lovely mika from bonnieandkleid told us about. it was beyond delicious and we just can’t get how lucky we where to have found this place!
the next day we walked around in the city, visited the tate britain where we tried to get a good look at the paintings of the pre raphaelites – very expensive, extremely packed but still so beautiful you don’t mind the many people around you!
we shared our lunch with the squirrels in hide park and found the cutest coffee place on brick lane. also a hidden vintage market which we loved to explore!
at night we joined the pup crawl in camden… well that was a night! lot’s of people, different bars and clubs, two bands in a theater and many moments we will remember for sure!
after very few hours of sleep we got our first english breakfast, which helped us to get back on track after last nights partying. at the old spitalfields market we shopped some more… our feet where about to give up when we found a coffee place that saved our lives once more. it’s not easy to get good coffee in england, those people can only make tee. that night we fell asleep really early… sadly the other people at the hostel room didn’t really care about that.
our last day was filled with the flower market on columbia road and the market on brick lane… then we dragged ourselves back to the airport and where happy to come home again.
i had the most amazing time with my lovely julie aka. juliaquestionmark. thank you for the last couple of days my dear!
i think i’ll do an extra post about the spezial places we went shopping at because i fell like you should know more, would you like that?