May 30, 2010

Sun, where are you?

I went to the fleamarket today and I wasn't successful at all. I didn't buy anything.
It began to rain and it's still raining. My feet got wet in my Primark-shoes. Nice...
Come on sun, where are you?! It's almost June!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

May 27, 2010

Hey, Soul Sister

I love this song. I've been listening to it the whole day. Again and again.
And the video is wonderful. Always wanted to have a picture-wall like that.
Pressing the play-button again I wish you a nice evening.

May 26, 2010

Pride and Prejudice

May 15, 2010

Or was it just like those promises that you made


The current season of Germany's next Topmodel is rather boring, isn't it? I think I expected too much.
The only reason I watch it are the photoshoots. The one with the elephants was really cool. The first photo is my favourite. I would love to touch an elephant or even sit on one. Elephants are kind of fascinating.
Hope you all enjoy your weekend. I have no school since Thursday and I really enjoy my free time. But the weather isn't that nice at the moment, more autuum than spring :(

Better than Ezra - Our Last Night:

May 14, 2010

I love this city tonight I love this city always

Friday was the last day in London. We check out at 10 am but had the whole day to spend some time in London before leaving in the evening. We went to the East End to search for nice vintage stores. But I haven’t had much time again so I saw many shops only from the outside while heading back to the Liverpool Street Station because I met with other class mates at the London Eye at 1 pm. After watching a short 4D-film about the London Eye which was very nice we ‘fly’ with the London Eye. If the weather is nice you have an amazing view from up there! The last hours in London I spent at Covent Garden with some friends watching the show of some artists and buying food for the bus ride home. The crossing with the ferry was not that bad and I was very tired.
That was my week in London. As you see I really enjoyed my time there and I’ll go back to London as soon as possible.

Snow Patrol - Take Back This City:

But I’ll still remember which way to go

Thursday morning we spent shopping at Oxford Street. Again Primark, Zara, H&M, Topshop etc. We made a short stop at Travalgar Square which is my most favourite square in London so far before heading to the London Dungeon. I had my worries about it because I don’t like any kinds of horror movies. I’m just too anxious! In the end it wasn’t too scary except from the section telling the story of Jack the Ripper. But I was glad when it was finally over. I won’t tell any more details about it in case some of you want to visit the Dungeon. We spent the evening around Big Ben and the London Eye taking pictures and driving around with the underground.

Amy MacDonald - The Road to Home:

May 12, 2010

After I have travelled so far

We drove to Oxford on Wednesday. Just love this city! The buildings are so nice. I like the architecture. We also had a guided tour and we visited the New College. I would love to study there in this amazing buildings but I’m too bad in school for that. After wandering around in the city centre we went back to London.

With a few friends I went to the ODEON cinema at Leicester Square to watch ‘Dear John’ which is based on a Nicholas Sparks book. Love the movie and its soundtrack. The actors Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried (I love her since ‘Mamma Mia’) were fantastic. The plot is very touching and I even shed a tear. Go and watch it!


I’ll buy the book to the movie soon. Do you know any other good books from Nicholas Sparks?

Snow Patrol - Set the fire to the third bar:

May 11, 2010

You’re dancing easily through my dreams

Oh H&M! New beautiful items in the online shop which I really want to buy but I don't have enough money because another order will arrive in a few weeks.
Colbie Caillat - Magic:

So they ran out of the station and jumped onto a bus

On Tuesday we had a guided tour round London and saw so many nice spots like Tower Bridge, St. James’s Park, Nottinghill, Buckingham Palace etc. We also watched the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace. The batteries of my camera were empty so I couldn’t take photos of it. I’m still angry about that because I forgot new batteries at the hotel.
We visited the British Museum in the afternoon. It’s huge! You should definitely go there! You can see so many nice things there but we haven’t had more than an hour for our visit. We saw the exhibitions about Africa, Roman Empire and the Greeks.
In the evening we went to the musical ‘Wicked’ which I liked very much. The actors sung amazing and the story is fantastic.

Kate Nash - Birds:

May 10, 2010

This is not the way that it should end it’s the way it should begin

I’m back home since Saturday and I slept the last two days. It’s been an amazing week and I was very tired when I came home because we had so much program and I couldn’t sleep in the bus because it was very uncomfortable.
I already miss London. It’s the best city I’ve ever been so far and I often think about living there in the future. That would be amazing. In the next posts I’ll tell you about my journey and even post addresses to shops and sights. So let's start...

We reached London at Monday 8am and everyone was just exhausted from the journey. The crossing with the ferry was not that good because of the motion of the sea. I was relieved when we finally reached the other side of the English Channel. Then we got to know that we couldn’t check in not until 3 pm. Everyone was angry and yearning for a shower. Went to Oxford Street with a friend and we shopped to bridge the gap before heading back to the hotel and check in.

In the afternoon we visited the Shakespeare theatre ‘The Globe’ and in the evening we watched ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ there. That was pretty amazing and we had so much fun. If you go to London you should watch one of Shakespeare’s plays there! It’s not too expensive and it’s definitely worth it.

Colbie Caillat - Begin Again: