Formule 1 London Thurrock M 25
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... when I first wake up. So as I was laying there listening to the movie with my headphones, I wondered where on earth the fire alarm was coming from - they were on an Irish farm at a wedding! And gee it's awfully loud... In the meantime, Tan had pulled on the lovely Qatar pyjamas, thrown on a jacket and shoes, grabbed the passports out of the safe and still had to give me a kick in the bum to get up and dressed. Yes we were evacuated at 6am this morning. Complete with three fire ...
... hours, not counting the two hour wait for it to start, and in that time only six groups of performers walked past where I was. After the first bunch of musicians the rest of the groups were preceded by trucks with very loud sound systems belting out hip hop music. By 3pm I'd had enough and set off to walk back to a tube station that was open. On the way I passed thousands of young people heading for the area to start partying all night, ...
... put in mind of his mother who feels so put down (she is) and put upon; but also other wives in failing marriages where the husband cannot see them any more as attractive in any way, and where the work / finances inequality just grates. I vowed a long time ago not to grow old, miserable, lonely, and feeling put upon and used like his mother. I also wondered whether all relationships reach this point... And became frightened of entering another. Maybe I'll just stay ...
... makes it all worth it, you want to pull over at every opportunity and take it all in, which we did many times, you never know whats over the next climb or round the next bend, and every time you think it cant get better, the scenery takes your breath away again and again.
As for the highways, I really enjoyed them, lots of different scenery to take in, the vast array of farms, towns plantations, lakes and open countryside made the long drive bearable
... to Southbank and past the London Eye where we had lunch at Wagamama's. There were amazing Christmas markets on the Southbank and we have never seen so many people! It was an incredible atmosphere, and we held on tight to the kids as we walked through as we never would have found them if we lost one of them!
We then caught bus again and went over the Waterloo Bridge to Saint Paul's Cathedral, which was stunning. We made our way to the ...