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... for the day but had some suggestions from our tour van driver. Westminster Abby was the first major building we came to so we walked around the courtyard and the walkways. The church was holding services and there was a sign by the side door that indicated you could come in and participate but take no photos. We heard organ music coming from inside and attempted to enter when some people were leaving but were turned away by a very stern woman. I guess she felt they had their fill of ...
... guys that I got a bit flustered, I got to the end and hadn't found my name, so was thinking I'm gonna have to walk back down it against the flow of traffic, turned to my left and thought oh no what shall I do and boom there he is walking towards me with a sign with my name on it!! Talk about Fluke! lol Lovely guy from Afghanistan who enjoyed my small talk and took me past Chelsea, where some of the most expensive houses in London are, very ...
... i don't have a bra on
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There is a shrieking going on outside my window that sounds like a noise a dying, inbred pterodactyl-raptor might make
I miss my puppy where's my puppy
... our tour actually began. We had been told they sometimes let you in earlier, but that wasn't the case today and we made it just in time. So it all worked out.
The studio tour itself was pretty incredible. There were all sorts of props, sets, and models from the actual movies. I'm a bad Harry Potter fan and never actually saw all the movies because after the first few I just wasn't happy with how they compared to the books (not even close), ...
... instead of gathering in huge numbers around really close stations so they kept the close ones closed. Approaching the fence, we could hear all the drunk yobbos on the other side yelling and being idiots in front of the police, and realised just how good our crowd had been. In the end our journey home was smoother and faster than we anticipated, a testament to how well managed it was. Happy New Year to everyone reading this, here's hoping 2015 is a bloody good ...