trip part 5: there is no place like London.

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so, i still have to keep with the trip posts, (i have too may pics i want to show you so i'll do it by parts)

if you remember my last post, in liverpool i lost my credit cards, and my train ticket. so i had to buy a £10 ticket, cause either way i had to go to London. i couldn't waist any more time. so after almost 5 hours (instead of the 2 hours it was going to take with my lost ticket) i was able to find my hostel.
I had no more pounds, just euros, so i had to pay my hostel with the money i was going to use for Baby paris, how sad is that?
i left the stuff in the room and i run to meet Marby, cause she had my Gaga ticket, and the concert was that very same day! the tube was closed, and i had no idea how to get there, it was so far away! buy kindly dearest marby helped me and i got there on time
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the show was AMAZING, one of the best shows i've ever been to, she is such a goddess!

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it ended so late, there was no tube so i ended up i don't know where and i had to take a cab.
the next day i was so exited to go sightseeing, so i went to the National Gallery museum. which is very interesting.

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these elephants were all over the city, painted by different artist with awesome themes. so cute.

i was just walking, when i suddenly i saw the famous big ben. my eyes were full of tears, i couldn't believe it! i was really in london! i started walking that way and admiring the fantastic architecture.

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i cried when i saw it. it was raining, a bit cold and i had that amazing building in front of me. it was perfect.

there was the london eye, and the british parliament





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i walked, and walked all day, happier than ever. in the place i wanted to be since forever, with the biggest smile on my face, with my eyes full of new memories and my heart about to explode. it wasn't a dream..but it totally felt like it.

1 comment:

  1. Glad you had so so much fun! Just as a heads-up, though, if you want to see England London's not the place to go - it's a horrible, dirty scabby city at the best of times, even if it does have some nice architecture and history. The real England is tucked away in the little rural corners and the other famous but smaller cities like Windsor and Oxford.

    ...Those are damn amazing glasses though! x3

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