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... funny looks or rude remarks!
Also to my surprise when reading the book "Watching the English", I was intrigued when Virgina Fox included an entire section merely on the do's and don't's of shopping. She included what shopping meant to men and women in England as well. I was startled to find out the "shopping as saving" rule. Fox explains that shopping is a skill and that English women among all social classes will rarely be heard boasting about how expensive something ...
... London up close from the bus and then with an overview from the Eye.
Tonight we went to a musical at the Apollo Victoria theatre located not far from Buckingham Palace. The theatre was larger than we expected. We had heard that there were a number of smaller theatres in London, but the Apollo was a good size.
We caught the bus back to our hotel and retired for the night. Writing this reminds us of the bus trip to the theatre from our hotel near Tottingham ...
After last night's epic meal - I had to cross my fingers & toes that my pants fit this morning. Jared made me laugh out loud when, in the middle of the meal, I asked him how he was doing. He replied by saying ''I'm holding it together, and by ''IT,'' I mean the button on my pants!''. I definitely did not want breakfast this morning, which worked out in our favour because this is a long-weekend or a ''bank weekend'' as ...
Another day of trying to get things done in the morning and going for a run before heading out after lunch. Today we decided to try something a bit different and headed to the Natural History Museum. Was an incredible museum and we probably only covered half of it in 3 hours. The dinosaur exhibit was amazing with all the fossil remains, as was the full skeleton of a blue whale. We discovered on our way out the Darwin ...
We had a plan to head to Stratford after work on Friday for a few bevo's and a walk around the shops (even though Stratford is like a whole hour away from Wimbledon..)
So anyway I take the overground to Waterloo station and then something clicks that maybe things aren't going as planned.. there were like a million people at the station in high spirits of ******-offness.