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... that's what you are when you coachsurf. You are a beggar of the highest legion: you a ************* gypsy. That aside it means you often sleep on someone's floor or couch or spare mattress. And your host may or may not be good company. Sometimes they ask for something in return like buying them a beer. Sometimes though they give you a depiction of their place that is false and you aren't sure why you even thought that couchsurfing was a good idea. Yesterday after spending the cost of ...
... show started with the Jackson Five, in their funky clothes and afros with talented little Michael singing away. Anyone who loves MJ should see this show if they can :) I'm on a mission now and thinking I would like all the Jackson Five and MJ music collection for Christmas.
We caught the train back to our hotel...about 40 minutes away but the station is literally next to the hotel and once again the Premier Inn has not let us ...
... 14 million per DAY that work in the city of London, you come up with a STAGGERING amount of people moving around!
Along with the crazy amount of mass transit buses there are tour buses everywhere. You seriously could not spend 2 minutes on a street corner without seeing a bus full of tourists cruise by. I mentioned that the streets are narrow, often only 3 lanes. And when I say 3 lanes I don't mean nice wide lanes like our throughout ...
The tube strike has had no effect on the people around here, everything is just as packed as ever this week. We left the British Museum for today so we didn't need any transport - we walked up Shaftsbury and Fid remembered the Forbidden Planet store he clocked the afternoon we first arrived. This place is stocked up with every kind of trinket from every kind of cult sensation from the last 40 years. Figurines of every Doctor, a Walter ...
... Started by walking up Whitehall, passed spot where Canterbury settlement was signed by Edward gibbon Wakefield, 10 Downing St... Well the end of it, came to Trafalgar Square. No pigeons, we did though see a guy who had a bird of prey regularly swooping round and wondered if that was the deterrent. Visited The National Gallery, incredible place, saw works of so many famous artists including Manet, Velazquez, Renoir, ...