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... politely told me to shup up because she had a plane to catch early in the morning. She wore shiny gold glasses and had a very large forehead. She didn't shave her armpits.
Overall, she was very nice and easy to room with for a night.
Anyways, it's lunch time now and I'm hungover drinking over priced instant coffee in a restaurant where the waiter expected me to order tea but then realized I'm American.
I have no idea where I've ...
... London's metro area is about 75% of LA's. The tube takes you out to the outskirts in all directions, including Heathrow airport, and an extremely efficient bus system takes care of the shorter distances. In fact, to my own surprise, I ended up using the buses a lot more than the tube. At just about any bus stop I used, I could take one of at least 6 buses. The route for each one was clearly mapped on an info board at the stop - something that saved me at St. ...
TodaygoThorpe Park day. Eeee, Ant and me loved it. There wasnt many people there which was awesome because the longest we had to wait was 15 mins. The first ride we went on was the Swarm. Its amazing how much effort they go to just in decorating the entrance and ride. This ride even had real fire go off just before you went over so you still felt the heat. The Colussus was a roller coaster which had cork screws. The Nemesis Inferno we went on not knowing ...
... and Bond Streets, Piccadilly Circus Trafalgar Square, National Museum, Whitehall, and so many other places.
I found them very interesting. We got off the buses at various stops and the first occasion was to view the Changing of the Guards. All our the time on the buses we were given the background and history of the site location and when off the bus there were Free walking tours by guides which we could attend. The Changing of the Guard was ...
... focal length (wider angle) lens on and struggled to focus through the bars of the fence – it preferred to focus ON the fence. Once I changed to my telephoto lens this was less of a problem.
The old guard and the new guard march out into the forecourt of the palace and do lots of "Attention, Stand at Ease, Present Arms, Shoulder Arms" type stuff. Then a band marched in (all 3 troops in red uniforms with Busby hats). The ...