I bet!! Its not sad. Its amazing. traveling 32 hours (2 stop overs) to london and finally getting there and staying there for a week and seeing everything I’d always wanted to see, was and will always be one of my most fondest memories and experiences in my life?! Even if I go back, It’ll never beat that first time. In the taxi home, going on the underground, finding quirky cafe’s. It was probably the best week I’ve ever had. :)
Yeah, that’s true. There’s something about London. I live 20 minutes away from it, yet I still enjoy going there. Everything about it has this feeling. Always finding new things, new places. So many places in such small spaces. Always something new to do.
I don’t think there’s a city in the world that can compare to it tbh.
Holy shit the line-up O_O *dies* London gets everything :(
i know, it was incredible, and other bands played too 0.0
but it went downhill after that year :/
OH MY GOD! I knew I should be living in London.. :/ I’ve been there once. Loved it. (I’m in NZ) But sorry to hear it went downhill, but tbh, I’m not sure if it could have gotten much awesomer than that!!! I’m super jealous you went though. Like. Way jealous. :P
That’s true. So many of my memories are there. It’s quite sad really, but it was by far one of the best memories I have right now
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