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... boarded were asked if we would like sit in exit rows as plane was only 1/4 full-only held 100 + max & needed someone to sit there anyway. Extra leg room a bonus. No sooner had we taken off we were landing at 1.50 pm. As I used my British passport ( they didn't have a stamp when going through security) was quickly through passport control but Greg had a little interrogation. Ha!!! And after picking up our cases walked through customs ( no one there) & ...
... live feeds of the various shows happening. I got my hair curled and my nails done a bright red orange to welcome spring (and for Chinese New Year) and then spent some time making small talk with some of the ladies and taking pictures. I met a writer for Vogue and chatted with some models who had just walked in a show but everyone was there to relax for the most part. The room was beautiful though - in the master bedroom where they were doing blowouts there was a huge king ...
... met an unusual Londoner. He was sitting opposite me with a what a presume to be drunk/tired/unconscious girl leaning on his shoulder. And he started up a conversation with me. On a tube in London, that is a rare skill to have and it freaks a lot of people out. I was taken by surprise, but good surprise!
Some people are awesome.
Lisa xo ...
... when we got to
the underground they said there were severe delays on the line we needed. We went
down anyway and the train we wanted turned up very soon after and took us to
our destination, no problem.
Tuesday 16 September – Museums and Archives
After a leisurely start, avoiding the rush
hour, we went to Euston to ...
... And after 3 days straight of walking, we were exhausted.
After all of our walking on day 3, David headed home and I waited around downtown to meet up with Mark for my first opera. We saw Cosi Fan Tutti in English, which was interesting, but leads me to realize opera may not be a love of mine. I will likely give it another chance, but there is something inherently wrong with singing your words instead of speaking them. Despite this fact, I ...