Depeche Mode – May 28th 2013 / O2 Arena – London
“The important thing is not the destination but the journey” could be a very appropriate saying for the trip to get to this gig!
As you’ve probably realized I like London and I really like to lose myself walking around. That’s why I decided to walk from Piccadilly Circus toward the arena (fully aware that i couldn’t get to the arena in time for the gig just by walking). Continue reading
If you want a very good excuse to go to London, here you are:
Hosted by the Victoria and Albert museum, it’s a full immersion in Bowie’s lifes and attitudes showing not only what Bowie has given to this world but also what the world gave to him to become what he represents.
Oh my God…and now how I can get to Glastonbury from abroad???
Glastonbury is a very small town in Somerset, 30 miles south of Bristol. I wouldn’t be really surprised to find it in the middle of nowhere!
It could be the perfect door to Cornwall, which is definitely a place in my bucket list. I’ve been to England so many times, I also lived there for a while visiting so many places. But for some odd reason I’ve never been able to go to Cornwall, despite all my efforts! And apparently this will not be the moment even! Next time, maybe.
Now it’s time to properly plan the experience!
Before booking the flight i decided to plan WHERE TO STAY at Glastonbury in order to understand how many days I need before and after the festival.
Glasto is very well known to be one of the wettest (and muddiest) festivals, probably because it’s very early in summer (end of june) or maybe just because it’s in England!
If you want to live the full festival experience you should stay in the festival area; so hotel, b&b or houses in town are excluded! Camping spot is included in every ticket…so let’s camp! You just need to decide how to.