can't wait.... going on a coach tour in april 2011 for the royal wedding and seeing rest of england , did it with my travel agent at oshawa travel, so excited.. Reply to this
I will probably be working 14-16 hour days on the day of the royal wedding & the days leading up to it so my excitment for it is a little different lol. I'm sure it will be a very memorable day. Reply to this
I'm studying abroad in London in the spring and I'll be living about 10 minutes away from Westminster Abbey--YAY! Class had better be canceled that day...I'm sure traffic will be horrendous! Reply to this
Does anyone know of the itinerary of the wedding day? Am planning a visit to London around this time and wondered if i'd be able to get a glimpse of the couple perhaps as they travel to and from Westminster? Reply to this
You should be in the middle of all the madness. Be safe and have a great time. Wish we could be there to watch the people watching the festivities. What a great place to people watch.
The big event is coming close.
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Carolyn, your classes will be 'cancelled' because it's a Bank holiday this year thanks to the wedding! :o)
We're going to the Scottish Highlands so we'll be far away from crowds, TVs and newspapers... I wish them all the best, but I don't want to be hearing about it! Reply to this
I am with denidax, I live in Scotland but just do not care one bit about it.
I have the day off,so will spend it as far away from the TV and radio as I can.
But for those that are interested and are in the area of the event I hope you all have a great time,just remember all us poor souls who in one way or another are paying for it all.
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Thanks for the message Dave & Merry Jo. I wish I could take some pictures but unfortunately I won't be able to. I'm sure it will be a very memorable day. Reply to this
yeah that is true barmy fred - we are paying for it. At least we are making the most of it with our friends by having a BBQ party and making jokes about the wedding ;-) Reply to this