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... giants are buried and memorialized. We couldn't take pictures inside Westminster, but you can read more about it and see pics of it at http://www.westminster-abbey.org/.
On Saturday there is a Farmer's Market in downtown Richmond and men in white play cricket on Richmond Green. It's a great opportunity to get out with the locals, wander around the shops and market and have a drink ...
... Museum. Unfortunately for us, it was pouring down raining (typical London), but that didn't stop us from exploring. Thankfully Andy took care of buying us "Oyster Cards" ahead of time, which were pre-loaded cards that we could use for most all public transit (The Tube and the double-decker buses); it really saved us, as it made getting around London super easy and efficient! We did take a few double-decker bus rides to get around London, but we primarily relied on The Tube ...
My friend Carmel had a ticket to see Slowmo, this beat boxing guy at the Roundhouse in Camden so I thought I would go along to check it out.
It started off very strange.. they were playing new age club tracks in this underground room with the most eclectic mix of people.. and then finally after we were quite drunk Slowmo came ...
... told us all about the history behind the film and now I really want to see the movie. Our final stop of the tour was a little rest stop which had some wild deer that have got really used to having people around so they are really friendly. Joe gave us some bread to feed them and they came right up to us and ate out of our hands. Was pretty cool! From there we drove back into Edinburgh and said good bye to Allan and Joe. ...
... walked straight through. We bought Oyster cards at a travel info desk, and also were talked into tickets for madam toussards and the eye. I hope we weren't ripped off, but there a so many different options and everyone tells you something different. The tube was painless. We got off and hyde park corner and had a nice, but long walk through Hyde Park and Kensignton gardens. We were a bit worried the wheels would fall off ...