If you have seen my last blog post, you are probably aware of the fact I and E. went to the movies just enough time ago. Writing a film review after such a long-lasting break was quite meaningful because I used to do it all the time when life wasn't as eventful and hasty as it presently is. I was absolutely crazy about films!
Anyhow, our cinema visit took place on the afternoon of the 4th of August since the forenoon passed at my grandparents' place. The foundation of their veranda had to be made as soon as possible and naturally we helped.
dress - thrifted Satsu London; sandals - MICHAEL Michael Kors; bag - Ted Baker; necklace - Fornarina;
sunnies - Emporio Armani; earrings - H&M.
So, before watching Step Up Revolution we had a good time in The Botanical Garden of the University of Tartu. Their ducks are the sweetest and also the bravest I have ever seen. As a matter of fact it's safe to say the botanical garden is the most beautiful sight in my former hometown Tartu. If you're interested, you can browse my old botanical garden posts here, here and here.
However, our day didn't end in the cinema hall. Instead we headed to Kapriis which is a café in the old town of Tartu in the Town Hall Square. Their food is incredibly delicious and delicate and clearly we must return soon because even thinking about the chicken salad I ate makes me drool. By the way, while we were enjoying our time there I ordered cold beer. And when I was feasting with my divine cheesecake I suddenly started reminding how we got there...
The answer: I drove there! And now I was drinking beer which was pleasant, of course but at the same time contained alcohol obviously. Luckily E. thought he was driving (actually his car was at home instead) and didn't even order meat in wine sauce. Therefore he simply drove my car and I could think about my memory issues which was really comical whereas things like that don't just happen to me. So, it was an extraordinary night, what else?
Anyway, I'm going to let you enjoy the photos. I hope you like them and everything else and as usual, be sure to tell me what you think.