Holiday Inn Slough-Windsor
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... sidewalks are 12 people wide, and the crowd moves in an unbroken wave, much like a caterpillar. We solider on, battling the crowds. So many people smoke here, and you constantly walk into balls of recently exhaled smoke gases....so pleasant. We tire and retire to our hotel. Quick nana nap, shower change and out for dinner. Tapas at La Tasca. Five share courses and a bottle of red and we are done for the ...
... playing at the O2 tonight.
He said the tickets were quite expensive, but he would do a deal for me. I said I would think about it and come back after my show if I still wanted it.
And then I was off, to find where The Play That Goes Wrong was. I did find it really early, so I did what any human would do in the situation that they were early and next to a cupcake ...
... the train, and made our way to 2nd class. Oh the indignity of it all! I saved face a little bit by ordering a cheese platter for lunch to show my class though. Yum! And the trip was only a few hours long anyway, so it wasn't too big a deal to sit amongst the plebs. When we arrived at London Euston, we got a little lost in the search for the taxi rank, but with two bright minds between us (it's ok Dad, you can borrow one of mine sometime), it didn't take us too long to locate ...
... Speakers around the installation played an eerie chant that set the mood perfectly. Visitors were allowed to mill around the exhibition, and Liam and I enjoyed illuminating our arms with the ethereal glow of the lamps. That being said we had to take the pictures quickly, as the lamps were so powerful that if you held your arm over them for longer than a few seconds you would start to cook.
Thursday morning Liam and I got off to an early start - fully prepped for a day of ...
... soccer. I honestly don’t know how much more I can take, and what is worse, Nick has made himself a little chart on his phone of the teams how many times he has seen each one play and who he hasn’t seen yet. He gets all excited when a team like Japan are playing because he hasn’t seen them. It doesn’t matter if it starts at 11:00pm, or if they are playing a rubbish side. I think I will be happy when this World Cup is over. ...