Wednesday, 11 July 2007

Rubbing Elbows with the Stars in London

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Rubbing Elbows with the Stars


After taking Monday off to do laundry, clean, and stay off our feet, Andrea and I headed out to Madame Tusaudes, the famous wax museum in London. We arrived there a little before noon on a Tuesday. Neither of us thought that it would be as crazy as it was! We had to wait 15 minutes, just to get into the building. Upon entering the building, it was another hour wait just to get tickets. Luckily, we did stand in front of some very friendly teenagers that were from the area. The guy of the group was turning 17 and absolutely was refusing to enter the Chamber of Horrors LIVE. The two girls that were with him giving such a hard time. Finally they asked us if we were from America. We replied that we were and they were in such awe that it was a little weird. Then the boy said "I want to live in the OC" We both laughed and assured him that no many people really wanted to live there. And he replied "But I love the show" Oh what TV portrays of America.

Once inside it was an absolute zoo! There were so many people I can't even really describe it. However, seeing all the celebs was awesome. Most of them looked so real. You will notice in the Brangalina picture, I am laughing quite hard. This is because Brad's butt was squeezeable. I hope that you enjoy seeing the pictures.

After we got out of there, we headed for King's Cross. All you Harry Potter fans know that we were heading for Platform 9 3/4. They have did a great job actually creating a trolley to look as if it is going into the wall. We grabbed a bite to eat at the local sandwich shop and then headed for home on the tube. It was unbelievably crowded and we had plenty of people. It was nice to be home and get away from it all.

2 comments:

KT said...

Hey hey hey, hows it going? You are such a freak. What putt were you eyeing. If only you could focus that hard in mini-golf. Love, Kyle

KT said...

Whoops, I forgot something. I was thinking about my souvenier. A divot tool would be a nice addition to my golf bag. Have fun, KT