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Maybe I've been holding off on this post, because I just didn't want Loncon to end.

Though by the fifth day [livejournal.com profile] murasaki_1966 and I were just exhausted.

the last two days of Loncon and the last week in London )

Farewell England, we've had a great time.
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And so we enter the downhill run - energywise, rather than qualitywise.

The first panel I got to on Sunday was:
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Not quite the full day I would have liked, but out of the three events I attended two were highlights:
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We had a slow start to the morning and managed to get to ExCel in time for the 11 o'clock sessions.
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So we determined the first rule of Loncon at the ExCel Centre pretty early on - get off at the next station.

We arrived early enough to the registration queue to still resemble our photo IDs by the time we reached the desk.

After indulging in a simulation of coffee we split up to attend our different panels. My first panel was
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The ExCel centre is big. Really, really big. You might think the Empire State Building lying on its side is big. And you'd be right. But it doesn't change how big the ExCel centre is - it's just not as big as the Empire State Building lying on its side.

Too scared to find a panel now - I might never be able to return to coffee.

(have made contact with some of the Australian contingent - Ben Peek, Tansy Rayner, Laura Goodin, Lewis Morley & Marian and now [livejournal.com profile] electricant has just shown up - so we are now coordinating.)

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