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... had collected left us amazed.
... too much to take in. I was hoping to go to the museum to learn more about the where, when's and how's of ancient cultures, given that I'm Australian so by definition know so little about European history. The information on the walls didn't explain too much, and the artefacts were organised by 'Greek vases', or 'Roman studies of the human form'. There is just so much stuff that curating it would be impossible. The audio guide might put more of it into a context, but ...
... seats inside the chapel with assistance from Ian who is an usher. The scout / guide choir is having a lest minute practice. I see Andy and Gina at a distance and others I have met over the years of being friends with Sam and lynne. The priest asks us to turn off mobiles and soon after the oran plays. I don't recognise the music. The bridesmaids are in a gorgeous deep green gown which has an interesting ...
... three thirty. We walked around some streets doing a bit of window shopping, then we walked down past Buckingham Palace to Victoria Station.
There was a big do at the palace, all these fancy dressed ladies and gentlemen were every where, looking very spiffy in silly hats and top hats and tails. Again we ...
23rd May - Friday
Not an early start, especially after yesterday. A five am alarm and out of here early, then on our feet most of the day caused us to take a little while to get ourselves going today.
Our adventure today was, The British Museum again, Alex had told us about an exhibition that only started yesterday, about Mummies. Russ and I decided we had seen ...