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Travel Blogs from London
... in glitter. They were amazed at the putty that you blow up into balloons. We ended up buying a tube of it. There were magic tricks, remote controlled cars that drive upside down on the ceiling, indestructible remote controlled helicopters (the guy demonstrating threw it at a wall to prove it), remote controlled hovering objects. It really was amazing. We left Hamley's and caught the underground to Westminster Abbey and attended the Evensong Service there. Wow! What ...
... 60 aud) but because of the tube strike, and buses that terminated whenever they felt like it, I didn't feel comfortable coming home at 1am by myself.. and strolling the 15 min walk back to my apartment, so I choose not to. Friday morning I find out that it was this big media event and Kate Moss was there. Sigh, oh well. My next apartment will be 2 minutes away from the tube, so safety and transport will no longer be deciding factors in social nights ...
... also a UWM student. We are kindred spirits. We discovered we're in the same Art and Society class, w00t. Also, realized I was sent a tentative schedule (srsly Tara, be more organized), and I only have class Tuesday through Thursday. I'll take it, yo.
Apparently you have to be extremely punctual here. I'm scared for myself.
Maybe I'll come back home, and my parents will ...
... The mongrel press has embarked on a campaign of character assassination on the opposition leader, denigrating him for the political views of his dead socialist father.
And while on the subject of recurring themes - News has reached us that F'ing Manly has lost the G F and Geoff Toovey reckons that the ref was against him and they were robbed.
Now what a surprise. WGAF.
Catch ya later,
Frankie and Susie.
11/8/2013 - St. Petersburgh to London
After a good flight to London where we were met at Heathrow airport by a driver, it was
fairly easy by comparison to some other places, going through customs and passport checks, even though to begin with the lines were quite long, they moved us through pretty
quickly and were much more friendly than others that we had previously
encountered. We settled into the hotel ...