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... she hit katies leg and my arm with her handbag. Hmmm,lady.
Her and her friend started talking about their daughter graduatng with this from that and so on. The way there were talking her daughter might as well have gone to Oxford rather than a small uni in Scotland.
That's when I saw the look in Katie's eyes. She then leans over to me, and in the poshest version ...
... noticed there were many more small cars compared to Austraia. There is lots of trees with 40% of London being green space. The pedestrian crossings has a light similar to us but after the green flashing person there is a number countdown from 10 to alert pedestrians how much time they have to cross the road. I have noticed that the school kids here and in Germany do not wear a school ...
There was a concert/event on the Thames last night and our hotel was the backdrop. Jaguar launched its new XE by floating it in the river. You can view the video of the event here: http://www.jaguar.co.uk/jaguar-range/xe .html Fast forward to about 41 minutes left and you'll see the London Eye and a big building lit up in red. The building is flat fronted on either side and has a concave front & center section. It is the County Hall. When the camera zooms in on ...
... you can only imagine what the full piece might look like. We also checked out some of the Anglo Saxon middle age pieces. We saw the Sutton Hoo, which was unearthed in a burial mound in 1939. There was also several shields and swords which Evan thought were awesome. I also saw the remains of a woman who was probably part of a harem that was buried when their king died. She was in the fetal position and it just seemed very sad. I think that is a bit ...
... bargains, the selling is "blatant and raucous", and that overall there is a garishness, a cheap glittering cover up and a forced overwhelming sensation.I personally can relate to this opinion of Oxford Street, as I do feel overwhelmed by the swarms of people and I do prefer to find cool one off boutiques on the side streets that are more unique, but the fast fashion that Oxford Street as consumed by, is now widely accepted by society. No ...