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... when they start bringing you forward by the row you camped in, this is just so they can condense the amount of people into a smaller spot. At 8ish you get to pick which court you want (we picked Court 2 for the first day and Court 1 for our second day). The first 500 people pretty much just choose Centre Court so we had no chance with where we were in the queue. You get given a wrist band with the court you have chosen on it and herded down this 2m wide path and told to form 3 ...
... were in time for the changing of the guard of the Household cavalry. On a cool grey morning it was a bright splash of colour. By mid afternoon it was blue, hot and humid!
Being here is like walking on the Monopoly board.. and boy have we done some walking.
... Bridge, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and the list goes on all being told to us by someone so knowledgeable that it was never once boring!
It is late and this is the first time I have had internet since we left Kentucky (I refused to pay 10 pounds for one day when I wasn't in my room to use it). This hotel included it. I will try to get pictures uploaded and added tomorrow.
Safe travels and happy memories to all!
... and as a result, we were half an hour late into Bradford. This wouldn’t ordinarily have been a problem, but another Brussels friend was supposed to be meeting me and driving me out to a little village about thirty minutes away. The bus was late, and he didn’t have a mobile, as his service provider had unexpectedly shut down the day before. It’s only been a few weeks since I last saw him, so I wasn’t worried about not ...
... the dialogue played out at all. I literally conducted a conversation with my hand buried in my cleavage with the philosophy "the less sudden movement the better". Mike if you're reading this... sup. So presently, I'm fake sleeping on the coach. I reclined my chair and locked eye contact with an Asian Adam Lambert. Is it racist to immediately unrecline my chair? Is it racist that I can't distinguish whether or not we're locking gazes ...