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... same road the Beatles did for their album cover. It was a much busier street then it was back then, that's for sure, but we still got a picture! It was so awesome to go see these things and learn to appreciate the game of cricket, something I knew nothing about. Later that night, Hailee and I went to Westminster to see Big Ben and The London eye! It was so pretty lit up at night, what a wonderful ...
... wife that I need a **** and needed it real bad. Now surprisingly enough I haven't managed to do anything for her to threaten extreme violence to my nuts and I thought that this would be the straw that broke the camels back. I think that she thought better if it in case we had to pay to get 75 litres of man wee out of the upholstery in the hire car. We finally got into London and do you think that we could find the ******* ...
... to the hop-on, hop-off bus. We had just five hours to do three things that we already had tickets for, at least one of which was going to take a good couple of hours. We ummed and aahhed over whether to skip St Paul's Cathedral to give ourselves more time at the others, as we agreed that was the least important. But we decided we may as well see it, even though we'd only have 10 minutes there. More than an hour later ... Visually, St Paul's was more ...
... pound. Though I passed
on this I made it up in Istanbul where for $6 I got an assortment of Turkish
delight in many flavors and textures that I have never seen in the USA; see my
next blog for a photograph of these delights.
One evening I went to the Royal Opera House where the world
famous Royal Ballet is also based. The dance company put on a weekend-long
program called Ignition 14 in which it explored the role of myth, particular
that of Leda and the ...
... closing' which meant we had to run from A20 to B6, normally a 24min walk. After what felt like a marathon we finally started our 12hour flight to London. We were lucky enough to sit next to Josh who had just spent a year in Orange (Sydney) with a scholarship to coach rugby. He was coming home early to surprise his family!...how cute. This was the longest flight of our lives, however the sleeping tablets helped for a few ...