It has been more than 4 wonderful years that I have lived in London, United Kingdom. So many places I have visited, so many adventures I have lived, so many people I have met ... all of them are memories and moments that I will always treasure for life. My last hour in London was spent seated on a sofa, at London City Airport, watching from the window the British Airways airplane that would take me to a new destination: Frankfurt am Main, Germany.





But as I was looking to the crew preparing the plane for my journey into a new life I couldn’t avoid go through some photos of the best moments, places and memories that I have lived during these last four years in London. I was amazed with the diversity of my photo albums … from the streets of Shoreditch to working at the Shard (London Bridge), from eating a burger in a pub to eat a Lobster roll at Burger&Lobster (Bank), from drinking cocktails at Las Iguanas (Southbank) to admiring my favourite paintings at the National Gallery … so many different places and people, so many memories. On Thursdays, it was frequent to gathering with friends for cocktails and on Fridays for sushi team’s lunches. On Saturdays’ afternoons I could be spotted in vintage shops in Shoreditch or in Michael Kors stores on Regent’s street or Canary Wharf. As for Sundays, all you can eat Dim Sum lunches at Ping Pong was a must. If the weather was good, I would go for a run from Canary Wharf to the London Eye just to admire the amazing river views or to Greenwich Park to enjoy the park life. And much, much more that words cannot describe. I feel blessed by the amazing people I have met, the incredible places I got lost and the lovely moments that I will treasure for life.



From the bottom of my heart a very special “Thank You” to London for showing me that “Impossible is nothing” (Muhammad Ali).