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Old May 2, 2011, 8:30 PM   #11
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I didn't end up going out to watch the wedding. I decided rather to stay home and watch it on TV. Much better. I had some friends go and they didn't get a glimpse of Wills/Kate, but said it was fun seeing people having a good time and in good spirits.

I did go to a street party though around my area and took these two pics.
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Old May 2, 2011, 8:38 PM   #12
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There were port-a-loos along the mall, so I understand how all those people were comfortable enough to stay out overnight. I went out a few days before the wedding and took these.
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Old May 3, 2011, 12:12 PM   #13
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I did go to a street party though around my area and took these two pics.
Gotta love the English !

I need to move to London...
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If you look at Quayne's second set with the London Taxi's . Well that's what I drove, I was a London Taxi driver for 42 years.
Hence my knowledge of London.
The traffic used to get me down but all in all a good life experience.
I did meet some very nice people of all nationalities and I can tell you that it doesnt matter what nationality you can name we all share the same mix of very nice and very nasty people, fortunately the very nice outnumber the very nasty in my experience.
One thing London does better than most is pomp and ceremony plus there's loads of culture there and most of it is free.
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Old May 10, 2011, 10:21 PM   #15
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I get the feeling the Royal weddings arent for the bride/groom + family, as much as it's all for the people. If 1/3 of world's people watched it, then that's what makes England. The whole show was to please the crowds rather than da Queen or Kate or Diana.If the crowd aint pleased with the royal family, I am sure it wont exist too long.
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