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... they are here in their droves. Noel reckons there could well be 10,000 people scattered around the areas adjacent to the Palace to observe this event. He suggested at one stage that he caught a glance of the Queen peeking out of her window and turning to the Duke and asking "Phillip, who are all these people?" And may well she ask as we have never seen anything like it. It is very difficult to keep the Tour Guide in sight, such are the crowds. Anyway, we successfully saw ...
'N that it.
Well **** me sideways waving a broom in the air.
What a year that was.
Went from little Manx na´ve twerp to raging alcoholic and back again in the space of about 12 hours plus a galaxy and a half. Don't even know what that means.
Sat in Gatwick halfway between off my barnet and not off my barnet, on my 4th Amstel and it’s only 11:30am cuz I’m ...
... bags weighted. I'm by myself sitting on the bus but I don't mind it because I have more space to myself. After getting on the motor way we were aware that Dover was closed this morning from 12-5am and when we got to Dover it was packed! Bumper to bumper traffic, we got to play a game called speed dating where the person from the aisle side moved seats to the one behind them and sat down next to someone for 3mins trying ...
... weather was like (gloomy) I noticed the wiring for the street. I believe that the photo shows the electrical supply. I hope nothing knocks it down! See also the many chimney pots shared by two of the terraced houses across the street. All the the houses on the street are connected, called terraced houses.
I've also added some photos of our Christmas decorations. As Alison's current decoration style is white with a little black in the pictures, ...
... We spent a while there and then headed up the Mall to Trafalgar Square and Nelson's Column where we met up with Alec and Alison, (Joyce and Malcom's daughter). We all had a drink together at the Siver Cross, then decided to head off toward the houses of Parliament along Whitehall. They showed us where places were along the way and they spent the afternoon with us. London is not as big and towering as I thought it would be. It is sparse and I didn't feel closed in! I ...