I spent the last day of my journey traveling east across the city from my west London flat. First stop: a quick goodbye to the south bank market as I grabbed my last order of oysters and Mac n cheese. It was a sad moment for me. I looked around the market and was able to cherish the differences in cultures between such an old city like London and a newer city like Pittsburgh. The idea of a large year-round market in such a small city like Pittsburgh has never caught much interest for the residents, whereas London markets are intertwined in the culture of the people. I love the diversity of offerings that are available to everyone as they walk through the market. I said one last goodbye as I took my last bite of Mac n cheese and hopped on the tube to make one last stop. A walk down Abbey Road. No trip to London can be complete without visiting the famous site of the Beatles’ recording studio. For the past three months, I had been itching to make it to the famous site but had yet to make my way there. Today was the day. I crossed the path of the famous album cover scene and took a picture of the studio that made history. I bought a poster in the gift shop as well as a little keychain, but I decided that I would have to buy the album on Amazon since the one in the store was a bit overpriced. It was sure a last stop and a last day to remember and I’m glad I was able to make it a part of my London experience.