|coat - Mango / shoes - Office UK / skinny jeans - Zara|
We didn't do anything special on our last day. Got some last shopping done, had dinner, then went to The Book Club, because I really wanted to have some Kopperberg Cider. The Book Club is a bar, resto thing, which Van Anh introduced me to last year ! She was also the one introducing me to Kopperberg Cider, and I didn't realize that they have it at Ikea until a few days ago. A non-alcoholic version though. When I asked for Kopperberg at the Book Club, they told me that they don' have it anymore, and the bar guy made me try Briska Pomegranate Cider instead, and it's so yummy as well ! A tad too sweet though. So if you are in the UK, don't like british beer, then ask for Cider ! Most ciders taste reaaaalllyyyy good. Definitely something not to miss out on when you are in London. Even though most Ciders are from Sweden. Why don't bars offer them here in Germany ?
I wasn't too sad to leave London this time, because a whole lot of work was waiting for me back home, but iam already looking forward to my next visit to that city. Even though I do the same things I do in Berlin, it feels completely different. There is something more exciting about going shopping, meeting friends, going to eat and going clubbing, than when you are just in your hometown. I don't know whether it is London, because London is amazing, or simply the fact that you are in a major city elsewhere, but either way, I really love that feeling, and don't think I will ever get tired of visiting London.