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After a manic morning getting the last minute things done we all piled into our maxi taxi and exhaled. I double checked the passports were with me, anything else I had forgotten would have to be done without,or replaced. I was exhausted but excited to be on our way.
... 25.5599994659424px;">Pull people, squish people, hang people. Why? It was interesting but horrible.
There was one more room I went to, with lots of stairs. On the way up I heard a nan say 'I might just put on a dash more cover on my face. What do you think *insert name of grandson here*?'
To which, without missing a beat, he responded "you look like a ...
... very badly dressed.. slightly odd looking people..) Definitely wouldn't be doing any trawling in that establishment. We also went very early since we didn't have tickets (rookie mistake as when we arrived we were some of a handful of people only).
All round not the best night out we have had- we did try to make the most of it.. but some of the music was just plain weird and not very easy to dance too.
... changing of the guards takes place at 11.30 so one would think that getting there at 10am would be plenty of time, not so! By 10am the footpaths were packed! But this was no match for us. We slowly edged our way through as close to the palace gates as possible. Shakespeare's quote "though she be but little, she is fierce" came to my mind during it all. If you've never experienced the excitement if the changing of the guards but want to then I wouldn't suggest ...
... and wealthy people to buy from Oxford Street.
Oxford Street now is similar to back in the time that Virgina Woolf wrote this essay due to the fact that she highlights the many sales and the hustling of pedestrians to make these bargains. Today on Oxford Street you have "fast fashion stores". These stores are trend driven stores that offer clothing and accessories inspired from high fashion and street styles at affordable prices. Stores like PriMark, H&M, Forever 21, ...