Minneapolis’ food scene is one of my favourites – and that goes for all the cities I’ve ever been to. I would say that it’s easily in the top three, primarily because of the large diversity of cuisines that are offered and the number of small restaurants that seem to keep popping up every single day.
I noticed that Londoners have a certain way of communicating with each other on the tube - a form of communication that I am not unfamiliar with, as I've used it many times myself with other Londoners around the city. What is this communication tactic, you might ask? The eye contact, eye-roll and shrug all muddled into one look. It's almost a silent language, but quite entertaining to notice once you've picked up on it.
Is it possible to fall in love with a city? I've always loved the city atmosphere - I should, I've lived in one my entire life. Whilst I like small villages, I much prefer to live in the organized chaos of a city's limits.
As I'm writing this, I'm sitting at one of my favourite coffee shops in London. It's on a busy street with people walking by and red buses zipping past me. Whilst one may see chaos, this is the calmest and the happiest I've been in quite some time.