It's the time that you spent on your rose that makes your rose so important… People have forgotten this truth, but you mustn't forget it. You become responsible forever for...
I will make no excuses for my following Thor references and those of you who did not see the movie beware because there will be some major spoilers on the way. Let’s begin by outlining how awesome the movie was, ignoring of course the part with Charing Cross underground, that was completely unnecessary (there are more than 3 stations to Greenwich, more like 30). Me and Sandra had some major groupie moments in the movie theatre, like gasping when Loki was stabbed, or keeping our fingers crossed throughout the end of the movie praying: “let him not be dead!”. And I am not even mentioning the cameo part, when people around us probably thought we were out of our minds because we started laughing hysterically.
Ok, now getting back to my post. At first I did not intend to publish these photos, mostly because I don’t necessarily consider them outfit post material, but more as a fun tourist-like memory. All of that, kind of changed after I saw the movie, because apart from the beautiful architecture I knew there was something else that attracted me to this place: the Ninth Doctor and Thor’s epic battle, of course.
All in all, I hope you enjoyed my post as well as the movie and I am eager to hear your reviews. By the way, the pictures were taken at the University of Greenwich and on the hill next to the Observatory in the Greenwich Park that offers the most breathtaking view of London.
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