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... 20 the big drop. Apparently after watching the replay, it appeared that Bendigo caught his front shoe with his back shoe causing him to trip going down the bank. This really dashed the Australian Hopes of getting a medal.
Although we still had 3 riders with effective scores, the 38 penalties added to Lucindas score, put us out of medal contention.
After cross country, the Australians were in 6th place, some 50 points behind the leaders - Germany on 124.7.
... on my own.
Ironically, when I was buying my rail pass, a mom and daughter who were British, but not from London, couldn't figure out how to use the machine to buy a rail pass so I showed them now. I've been here a day so clearly I'm a pro, right?
So, after a VERY long tube ride (over an hour) I got to Stratford. Once you exit the station you walked into a GIANT shopping plaza. It was awesome. All the stores were put up for the Olympics so ...
... is something to be proud of. They stopped karaoke pretty early so the DJ would be able to play music for everyone to dance to and I was so happy to show off my white chocolate swag. However, most of our friends were over it and decided to leave right after karaoke was over... LAME! Of course, Amy and I stayed as well as our other friend who we have now dubbed old faithful. The club was clearing out a bit but of course we kept ...
... we are going to have an English Pub Dinner and then crash ready for tomorrow.
Tomorrow will be a big day looking around London.
We are both super tired at the moment from all our travelling and walking around.
Well off to pick a dinner spot, we are having a great time and the weather is beautiful!
There will be more to tell ...
... br> Not so in England (and, I assume, most countries with their roots in Catholicism).
We walk from our hotel down the hill to St. Paul's Cathedral. To get there, we must pass through the business heart of London. It is a ghost town. Bicyclists rip along some of the streets, taking advantage of the lack of traffic. The city buses are still on their routes, and a taxi or two goes by. Otherwise there isn't much. Not even the Starbucks' are open, which is a sign of how seriously ...
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