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By the time they reached the riverside at Twickenham, Gideon could go on no longer and pulled on the reins so that cart and horses drew to a halt outside the Swan Inn, opposite Eel Pie Island.
"Towards midnight the Star worshippers, men and women, come slowly down to the Mishkna by the riverside ... a signal is given, and a procession of priests moves to the
Keith and I, sometimes by ourselves and sometimes with some of the others, ranged the riverside and the canal and played down on the Leys, fished and bathed, and carried on much as usual.
The loaf-Mass had been celebrated with great contentment, and the early plums in the orchard along the riverside were darkening into ripeness.
So the big buscontinued to roll, bouncing off its now-crushed roof and coming upright once again, commencing on a second roll—only to bang hard against the far wall of the sunken roadway, which had the incredible effectof righting the bus and plonking it back on its own wheels, so that now it was traveling once again on the riverside drive and heading into the tunnel, having just performed a full 360-degree roll!
I said for a walk, and like a fool said down by the river not knowing that one of the riverside walks is a knocking-shop, and had to endure an hour's unrelenting abuse while she reminded me I was in Rome to do the Vatican rip, not to whore about the city all night, which was a bit unfair seeing what I'd gone through.