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... over, the place became like a 90's disco... so I ditched my hideous costume and we got dancing- had a lot of fun dancing to YMCA and other classics.
We then pretty much got kicked out.. drunk.. and decided to move to another venue.. we got on the tube and went out to Clapham where the boys ditched us and just Greer, Cat and I went out for more drinks. I guess Hayden was trying to seal the deal with one of the girls from his party- guess it was his 30th after ...
... What a coincidence! Becky of course made new friends and had her picture taken with them. They looked really sharp in their jackets!
We returned by bus to London and had dinner at a traditional British fish and chips pub.
After dinner Tina and Becky went to see the show Wicked. The rest of the gang went with our guide Melanie to walk through London. We stopped at Leicester Square. We watched a street performer: "A man with ...
... the Porsche needed to be jump started......which set off the car alarm.......light sensors in surrounding houses were going beserk.....lights flashing on and off everywhere like some pop concert light show.......and most of the local dogs joining in - just for good measure! I am not sure how many people we woke up.... but I am sure that half of North Weald knew we were back!
John & Rosemary will be pleased that we head off to Italy ...
... As Mikey said, this Nelson must have been one helluva guy to have all this just for him!! Hundreds if not thousands of people congregate here (it is so much busier than I remember, and with a population of over 8 million PLUS tourists, I guess it shouldn’t be a surprise), plus buskers entertaining the troops. It’s a true people watching spot. Mum told us that one of the first things she would do upon returning to London would be a coffee in the cafe in the crypt at St ...