So it didn't rain, and..
I absolutely most definitely fell in love with London.
-The tube is freakishly far underground but is cozy with cushiony seats - who knew that public transportation could be so comfortable?
-Al Fresco dining happens even if it might be chilly & grey. The center is full of charming little streets with terraces.
-I'm used to colorful money living off the euro, but the pound.. Still looks like princess money to me.
-The city has amazing shopping. I discovered Dorothy Perkins and spent a good portion of Tuesday afternoon on the hunt for a specific gold blouse. Five Dorothy Perkins later, I found it. Yesss.
-The TopShop on Oxford Street deserves its own postal code. Enough said.
-"Youth" Hostels don't really mean youth hostels. The 45 year old man sharing my room woke up at 7 each morning and ruffled through 6 different plastic shopping bags. I would've preferred the snoring of a second young, drunk Australian than to hear about his Cambridge folk festival.
If the weather and salaries weren't crap, I would live in London in a heartbeat.
And as for the food.. Well, that deserves its own post.