The second day was my big day. The Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour. I was so excited about that. It isn't in London located so you have to take a special bus to get there and it looks really cool but I will let the photos talk for me because there were so many impressions that I would end up writing a novel. This is just a small selection of some photos. I took more than 500 pictures.
We arrived at 2 p.m. in Heathrow and I felt quite good. Because it was my first flight I have to admit I was a little bit nervous and stuff but all went great.
Our first trip with the tube ended not so good in the middle of a tunnel one station before our planned station because someone was laying underneath our train, so we had to get out of the train at Russel Square. Totally disoriented we followed the huge mass of people to a staircase. It was so so small and it seems never-ending. After we made it upstairs WITH OUR LUGGAGE, we saw a sign which says that this staircase has 175 stairs. After a good laugh (not really) we got out of the station and checked our city map and found out that we’re not that far away from our apartment.
After our check-in we went straight to Brunswick Center. It has a lot of different stores but no bowling balls. Like I wrote we wanted to check the drugstores in London, so we visited Superdrug in that center and bought a bunch of stuff. Next store we walked into was Waitrose which is a big supermarket. We bought some groceries for the next days and we were so overwhelmed by the range of products they have, that we spended nearly two hours there.
We ended up sitting on the bed, eating the delicious soup from Waitrose and watching the Simpsons.
It gets colder and colder here in Germany and we reach the days were we have a maximum of 10 degrees. What I like about that is that I can start layering and I really enjoy that. Yesterday I wore my old H&M parka with a vintage second-hand jeans jacket underneath and I like that look a lot. I think it wasn't the last time I used my Wrangler jacket for layering this winter.