Being abroad in a city ends usually with doing a bit of culture, moan about the absurd amount of walking around, taking naps on park benches and get a hearty taste of local food and beverages. This weekends trip was nothing like that, it was a pilgrimage to the cities temples and most holy places. Not only that but we had the honour of following a legend in Swiss football to every one of these places.
Kubi on his way to the first temple of worship, here the St. Pauls Cathedral. But do not worry, this being only an intermission on the tour through the city. The next two stops were:
And scenic Craven Cottage, at the riverbank of the Thames.
The real treat of course was Wembley Stadium:
… and with a sight to see, did not last long, but felt tremendously good. Especially after the last few outings of the national team.
The game ended with a draw, but with 10’000 happy fans nonetheless. Let legends be legends and let the young play!