A few weeks ago my friends and I decided to give the self service restaurant What’s Pizza a try! The restaurant is located on the Immermannstraße in Düsseldorf next to countless Japanese restaurants and therefore provides a nice diversity. I opted for the totally unspectacular, but really yummy magherita pizza while Anna went for a healthier option with some veggies and Annika chose one of their more fancy creations with potatoes. The food was good and I really appreciate the huge selection of variations they offer, but be prepared to wait a little bit for your food. Especially in the evening it can get a little bit crowded.
This was usually supposed to be a really belated April diary, but I decided to turn this into a little “last month favorites” instead! As you probably realized I haven’t been so consistent on here lately, since I’ve been on vacation, more on that note in the next blogpost! Howsoever there were many highlights in April, which I still want to share with you better late than never!
The dungaree is one of my favorite clothing items, even though I never owned one. It’s just just a mission impossible to find a dungaree, which fits without making you look twice as big as you actually are. Or am I the only one struggling with this issue? In fact there was one dungaree that did the job for me! It’s actually a little bit mystical, but I have to tell you the story of me and the dungaree of my dreams …
Summer what are you doing? Are you stuck in traffic or did you get lost on the way? It’s almost May and I’m still wearing my winter boots! Well I’m not complaining because I love my little collection of Ash boots, but some sunshine would be nice too! Just a few weeks ago it was actually snowing somewhere in Germany! (I just saw it on snapchat to be honest, but it looked pretty real)
When I was 16 it has been one of my biggest dreams to leave Germany as soon as I can, after I finished school. Now I’m nearly done with all this school stuff, to be exact as soon as I took my four upcoming A-level exams, and moving to Los Angeles is the last thing on my mind. Why? Because it is super expensive! Okay that’s obviously not the only reason, but during the past month I have to admit that I fell in love with the city I grow up in!
We girls always get super excited when it comes to new bags, right? So after bringing my good, but way too big and unhandy speedy with me for years I thought it was time for another investment. Accordingly I would like to introduce you to my new partner in crime: this beautiful crossbody bag from Michael Kors!
This will hopefully be the last outfit for now, where I had to wear a hat and freeze my ass of for the photos! No, honestly the weather has been great the past few days. From one day to the other it felt like spring or sometimes even summer is here! As a pretty weather dependent person the sudden sun and warm breezy air lifted my mood incredibly. I just want to spent as much time as possible outside next to blooming flowers while eating a frozen yoghurt (just like last year here).
Let’s be honest: March just sucked, at least in my case. Somehow nothing worked out the way I wanted it to. But that’s just life ,I guess. Life is like a roller coaster. Sometimes you are all the way up and suddenly you are on the ground again. Nevertheless I truly believe it will always go uphill again. Well, that was deep enough for now, because I still tried to enjoy this month and besides my personal ups and downs March was still full of highlights.
A few weeks ago I went on a little weekend trip to Munich together with my lovely grandma. It was a gift for my eighteens birthday and I really looked forward to travel somewhere, just the two of us. Fortunately we caught some cheap flights and arrived in Munich on friday afternoon. Right after we parked our luggage in the hotel the hunger kicked in and a nasty thunderstorm. So we were searching for a restaurant close to our hotel.