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... we would meet somewhere in the world and we did here in the UK. As we said goodbye we both knew that it would come true again one day (my sights are set on Asia).
Tomorrow is Wednesday and I will begin packing. There is a big empty box ready for me to fill it with things to send home. I’m still waiting for reality to hit me but I’m not sure when it will. I am just going to keep smiling and making memories with the limited time I have left here in London. ...
... that the city I live in has the London Eye. which I kinda did before. My bad.
I did get to circus, but ran out of time to actually do stuff, so I got my pass and then went back to my house.
I am so incredibly tired and I don't know why.
Lisa xo ...
... to get to the palace early for a spot watching the Changing of the Guard, we hopped our first Red Double Decker Bus from Hammersmith. We could see the crowds already forming as we walked through Green Park, there was no way we could see any of the parade from the front gates so we found an unoccupied section of fence along the West side gates. We had a great view...except for the sun shining in our eyes between patches of cloud. Waiting, waiting, waiting, ...
... settled in, had a nice long skype chat with Mick, ordered a late lunch from the room service menu watched some TV and pulled the curtains so it was nice and dark and went to bed around 7:30pm.
I must have needed the sleep as I slept straight through until just before 2:30am.
I got up made myself a cup of tea and wrote this blog entry before a shower and and I am ready for the next adventure.
Amsterdam this afternoon ...
... the tour going to the ancient Egypt Gallery to see The Rosetta Stone. You can read about the Rosetta Stone here. (Don't worry, the page isn't in a foreign language) Here I had something happen. There was a line (queue since we are in England) to take a picture and most were being patient. This foreign gentleman ( I use that term as a courtesy, not as a description since he wasn't one) literally elbowed me out of the way so he could get a picture ...