Last two days in Zürich

I landed at one pm on Sunday and rushed home to unpack, and repack, my suitcase. Around 4.30 pm I head into town to buy some pink champagne (what else ;)) and snack foods for my closest friends who were going to meet me for a goodbye shindig.

Some of the most important people in my life <3

Almost everyone was able to make it

Before we settled down by the lake, I thought we should all indulge in some of my favorite Froyo in Zurich. Froyo and pink champagne.. yes, that’s very me. Throw in some manicures and homemade facials – while doing a pirouette – and the party would’ve summed up my life 😉

I decided not to host the party at home or a particular venue, because sitting by the lake is a big part of Zurich-student culture. Especially during my last four years of high school, lunch and after school downtime was spent by, or even on, the lake.

The weather wasn’t optimal for long by-the-lake-hanging though, so after about two hours we flocked to the closest Starbucks to warm up. Around 9.30 we decided to walk through the old town to the train station, where I would then take the tram home. On my way there, my best friend met up with me before she left for France.

I got home much later than I expected, but was happy to see almost all of my closest friends before leaving. Being my closest friends though, I expect them to come visit me at college at some point 😉

On Monday I took one last trip into town for a touristy picture with Zurich’s prettiest sights..



..And spent the rest of the day packing.





..while watching the Real Housewives of New York.

IMG_0274It all fit! 🙂

Stay tuned for the days leading up to my move in!

With attitude and nail polish, Anoushé xoxo



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